Tunbridge Wells WEA Impressionism in Britain
Impressionism in Britain
Tunbridge Wells WEA This talk will explore the development of Impressionist painting in Britain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. We will discuss the impact of the work of French artists who spent time in Britain in the 1870s and later, and of the exposure of young British artists to impressionist and other plein air painters when completing their training in France. We will also consider how British artists sought to popularise impressionism at home, adapting their work in terms of both subject matter and style. Times:13:30 – 15.30.
Venue – King Charles the Martyr Church Hall, 3 Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells, TN2 5TA Tutor: Prasannajit De Silva Fee: £10.00 Book on-line at wea.org.uk or telephone 0300 303 3464 quoting reference C3746965
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