Thursday 7 November, 3.30pm
Hot drinks and cake served from 3.30pm and lecture starts at 4pm
Ashmolean Lecture Theatre
When Paul Gauguin turned to portraiture, in various media, he hoped to reveal aspects of his sitters’ personalities more than their physical likeness. As he moved away from Impressionism, he explored unconventional means to achieve a very personal vision. Art Historian Juliet Heslewood, an expert on Gauguin, will give us insight into this extraordinary artist and her talk will complement the Gauguin exhibition at the National Gallery this autumn.
Booking will open on 24 May - CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS.