Lecture by James Russell ‘Paul and John Nash: Brothers in Art’
December 5 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
In this talk James Russell, a well-known authority on early twentieth century British painting, will consider the landscapes of the brothers Paul and John Nash. At the time Paul Nash was the more prominent artist. However, in recent years, John Nash’s work has been seen to have a distinct value and individuality of its own. James will look at the relationship between the two painters, and how this stimulated developments in their practices.
Members free, Guests £5.00 (pay at door)