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John Ruskin Talk: Watercolours and Drawings

3 Oct 2019

Regular hours

Thu, 03 Oct
18:00 – 20:00

Cost of entry

£5 non-members, £3 Members, Associates and Friends

RBSA Gallery

Birmingham
England, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • The 101 bus runs from Birmingham City Centre down Newhall Street. For timetables and bus stops, please check National Express West Midlands.
  • The RBSA Gallery is in walking distance from St Paul's Metro tram stop
  • The RBSA Gallery is in walking distance from Snow Hill and Birmingham New Street train stations

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This talk will explore John Ruskin's approach to landscape, architectural and botanical subjects.

About

The most influential art critic of the Victorian era, Ruskin believed drawing was the foundation of all art. He was an artist of great talent and this illustrated talk will explore his approach to landscape, architectural and botanical subjects many of which illustrate his theories about the relationship of Art and Nature.

This talk by RBSA Professor of Art History, Brendan Flynn, will explore his approach to landscape, architectural and botanical subjects. 

This event is part of Ruskin 200:

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