Spring Talks at Anteros, Norwich and The Cut Halesworth

Spring talks as Anteros(the same talks are taking place at The Cut, Halesworth ,please see their events page on the website for information):

Saturday Jan 19th 2019, 11 am in Exhibition room
Edward Burne-Jones, the Pre Raphaelites and the Arts and Crafts Movement
Truth and Beauty for Modern Times

‘Truth’ and ‘Beauty’ are the constant aesthetics of Art. Fiona will explore the ways in which the Pre Raphaelites and the Arts and Craft Movement redefined these aims and how Burne-Jones developed a rarefied version that resonated through out Europe.
This talk links to the Edward Burne-Jones Exhibition at Tate Britain

Saturday 16th February, 11 am – Music Room
In Black and White: The Documentary Photography of Don McCullin

During the 20th Century, the printed image has appropriated many of the traditional roles of the painting. Don McCullin extended this territory through his remarkable images of “the human condition” in war, poverty and place. Fiona will examine how his work has touched and challenged a wide public.
This talk links to the Don McCullin retrospective at Tate Britain

Saturday 16th March at 4pm, Fishergate Room
Cotman, Turner, Constable and ‘The Usual Suspects’:
British Landscape in the Early 19th Century.

A remarkable flowering in landscape painting complements Britain’s growth as an urban, industrial nation. Fiona will focus on Cotman’s place in this development.
This talk links to the exhibition, John Sell Cotman in Norwich and London, at Norwich Castle Museum.

Saturday 27th April at 11 am, Music Room
Van Gogh and the Victorians: How Britain Influenced Modern Art

Van Gogh understood the Victorian values of ‘empathy’ and ‘compassion’ in a way that evaded his Parisian contemporaries. He developed a powerfully expressive form, which brought a humanity to the visual experiments of French Art. Fiona will trace the impact on British Art in the 19th and 20th century of this alternative visual tradition.
This talk links to The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain at Tate Britain