History of Art and Architecture Tutoring

If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint

- Edward Hopper

The kind of support provided by our tutors will depend on the level of study. Our tutors teach these subjects to A Level / high school level, and they can also provide highly specialised support for topics at university level. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

History of Art and Architecture Tutoring

If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint

- Edward Hopper

The kind of support provided by our tutors will depend on the level of study. Our tutors teach these subjects to A Level / high school level, and they can also provide highly specialised support for topics at university level. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

History of Art & Architecture Tutoring

Why Study History of Art & Architecture?

History of Art Tutoring at with Wentworth Education

History of Art and Architecture are enriching subjects for those with a passion for visual culture and the arts. The study of History of Art gives students the opportunity to engage with objects from all over the world, and in doing so, to learn about the periods and places from which they originate.

Architecture is a multifaceted discipline that brings practical skills together with the study of period, style and theory. Concerned with the making of places, the subject gives students the opportunity to consider broad questions about the way human beings live together.

Both subjects allow students to develop skills in critical analysis of the visual. These skills have broad applicability in arts-related professions, as well as more general cultural engagement.

Our History of Art & Architecture Tutors

We have tutors who have taught all ages, at all levels, and to all abilities. That means that they will connect with you as an individual, with your particular learning style and needs. Our tutors have all studied their relevant language at university; most in Oxford, Cambridge or one of the Ivy League Colleges. Some have done or are doing doctorates.

These subjects can also be incredibly fulfilling when introduced at a younger age, or pursed as an extra-curricular. Tutors take advantage of their London location to arrange site-visits to museums and galleries.

History of Art & Architecture Exam Preparation

The kind of support provided by our tutors will depend on the level of study. Our tutors teach these subjects to A Level / high school level, and they can also provide highly specialised support for topics at university level. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.

Often, students with an interest in these subjects will not have had the opportunity to study them at school, but may wish to apply to study them at university. In these cases, our tutors can provide introductory support as well as more intensive preparation for applications, assessments and interview.

Selected Profiles of our History Of Art & Architecture Tutors

Please see below some example profiles of the History Of Art & Architecture Tutors that we represent. If you would like to hear more, you may be interested to read about our tutor selection criteria or to read about Wentworth Tutors' philosophy and approach in a letter to parents from Dr Katherine Wiles, our Founder. Alternatively, some more profiles of our History Of Art & Architecture Tutors can be found on our dedicated tutors page, where you can filter by subject.

I've been tutoring and working with children part time since I finished school in 2014, and have just graduated from Oxford University, where I studied English literature. Before that, I took IB at Wellington College, in which I scored 43 out of a possible 45 points. I've tutored in London, Oxford and Hong Kong, worked as a nanny, and set up and continue to run a school sponsorship program in Nepal, which provides disadvantaged children with the opportunity to be educated in Kathmandu. For me, one of the most rewarding aspects of tutoring is helping students gain confidence in something they thought they would never 'get', or just 'weren't good at', turning a daunting task into something enjoyable. I've worked with children who range from 3 to 16 years old, but have most experience with Common Entrance at 11+ and 13+. The breath of the IB course means that I'm able to teach a range of subjects to a high standard, and have great experience balancing academic work with other areas of life, as well as finding important overlaps between diverse subjects and interests. ...
I graduated last year with a 1st in English Language and Literature from the University of Oxford. My experience as a tutor extends across different levels and subjects, from teaching English as a foreign language to 11+ exams, and university entrance preparation. Throughout the years, I have worked with students on a wide range of curriculums to hone their skills and expand not only their knowledge, but also their interest and love for the subject. Having won a bursary to attend Wellington College in 2011, I studied the IB, and was one of the very few students in the world to achieve a maximum of 45 points. Some of the distinctions I was awarded for my academic performances include the Gavin Ewart Poetry Prize, the Verrall English Prize, the Music Essay Prize, and the Lady Emma Talbot Special Prize. I went on to earn a place at Oxford University where I read BA Honours in English Language and Literature. Following my Distinction in Prelims, I was awarded the Casberd Scholarship for outstanding results. ...
I graduated in 2014 with a Double First in Modern and Medieval Languages from Trinity College, Cambridge, where I specialised in French and Spanish. Following my B.A., I received a full academic scholarship to undertake a MPhil in Management at Judge Business School, Cambridge, where I studied Finance and completed a consulting project with Lloyds Banking Group. In 2016, I obtained a M.A. in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art, with a particular focus on French eighteenth-century works. I have variously worked in the worlds of art, fashion and music, from interning with Picasso's granddaughter in Paris, to working at Tom Ford and Sotheby's in London. I also helped to raise £10 million to build a new theatre for charity organisation Grange Park Opera. As a tutor, I specialise in French and Spanish language and literature, essay-writing skills, CV and personal statement advice. ...
I graduated from St. John's College, Cambridge in 2016 with a first class degree in History of Art and an MPhil in Early 20th Century British Modernist Painting. I was born and live in London and attended Westminster Under School and Eton College, two of the country's most prestigious and competitive private schools. ...