A lecture that explores the way artists paint different expressions of love, from childhood to old age, from demonic to divine love.
The search for happiness in love takes us down many different roads, many of which are bumpy and littered with hazards.
George Groz, Egon Schiele and Edvard Munch went to emotional places most of us try to avoid but Picasso celebrated lust and love, welcoming the joy and pain as food for his imagination.
Women artists such as Paula Rego, Louise Bourgeois and Frida Kahlo explore personal love with wit and psychological intensity.
While Chagall fuses personal love with universal love, Rembrandt conveys a love that is beyond words.
A lecture for the Romantic!