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Events for Friday 23 Apr 2021

Post-Impressionist Gardens

Date: Friday 23 Apr 2021

Location: Both locations

Time: 10:15 - 11:45

Online art history lecture

Photo of painting by Jackson-Stops

Online Art History Lecture Series
Ablaze with Colour, Awash with Light: Gardens in Art


One of the Royal Academy’s headline exhibitions in 2016 was Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, a celebration of art works made by artists who were also known to have been dedicated gardeners. The exhibition examined how each of the featured artists was inspired by, and responded to, the private world of calm, colour and beauty they created. This tradition in art can be traced back to the seclusion and sanctity of the medieval hortus conclusus (enclosed garden). Join ProArtium on a journey of light, colour, bloom and blossom, as we invite works in the collection of Northampton Museum and Art Gallery to lead us up various artistic garden paths.

Friday 23 April, 10.15-11.45am
Post-Impressionist Gardens
Artwork: Antony Ashworth Jackson-Stops - The Wild Garden, Cliftonville, Northamptonshire
Speaker: Dr Ellie Pridgeon

 

Other talks in the series include:

Friday 9 April, 10.15-11.45am
My Earthly Paradise: Symbolic Gardens
Artwork: John Reinhard Weguelin - The Gardens of Adonis
Speaker: Dr Miriam Gill 

Friday 16 April, 10.15-11.45am
Great Houses and their Gardens
Artwork: R.W. Loveday - Major Stockdale's Garden at Mears Ashby, Northamptonshire
Speaker: Dr Conny Bailey

Friday 30 April, 10.15-11.45am
Capturing Nature’s Exuberance: Painting Gardens in the Twentieth Century
Artwork: Sir Francis Ferdinand Maurice Cook - In a Portuguese Garden
Speaker: Dr Conny Bailey

Friday 7 May, 10.15-11.45am
Master Liu’s Retreat: The Garden in Chinese and Japanese Art
Artwork: Japanese Satsuma ware jar with cover
Speaker: Dr Conny Bailey

Speakers may be amended due to unforeseen changes in availability or subject expertise.
Introductory ticket offer for the online art history lecture series:
Tickets for the art history lecture series are usually £6 per lecture or £25 for a series ticket. As an introductory offer to the lectures being delivered online, tickets for this online series will be discounted to £5 per lecture or £20 for a series ticket (+ Eventbrite booking fee).

To be able to access the lectures you will need to use Zoom from your smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC. The lectures will be private Zoom meetings and joining details will be sent after a ticket has been purchased. You will be able to join the call using video or audio only if you would prefer not to appear on screen. Each ticket will enable your whole household to view the talks from one device.
 

Book a ticket on Eventbrite for Friday 23 April

Book a series ticket on Eventbrite

Cost: £5 per talk or £20 for series of five + Eventbrite booking fee