Eileen Hogan’s career began when she joined Camberwell School of Art and Crafts at the age of sixteen in 1962. In planning her exhibition at the Center and thinking about the span of decades it represents, Hogan took the opportunity to analyze and clarify the themes and subject matter that have been her consistent sources of inspiration and motivation.

In this lecture, Hogan will explore her commitment to painting and to working figuratively, even during years when both the medium and the approach were considered deeply unfashionable by the dominant sections of the art world.

Yale Center for British Art
Lecture Hall
1080 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510

Image: Eileen Hogan working on different versions of her portrait of HRH The Prince of Wales, 2016, photo by Sandra Lousada