WAR IN ART AND LITERATURE
An Exclusive Online & In-Person Talk for Members of the Ashmolean
Doors open for those coming in person at 3pm
Tea and cake will be served in the Headley Lecture Theatre before the talk at 3.30pm
With Alice Foster, art historian
The British War Propaganda Bureau appointed Sir Muirhead Bone as Britain’s first official war artist in May 1916. Art historian Alice Foster will take us through a short selection of the major artists and artworks which followed.
This will include the work of the brothers Paul and John Nash, Sir Stanley Spencer and Christopher Nevinson among others. She will accompany these images with selected readings.
Tickets are available to Members only.
This talk will take place both on Zoom (online) and in the Headley Lecture Theatre (in-person) at the Ashmolean.
Tickets are required for both online (£7) and in-person (£15) attendance.
If you have any questions before the event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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