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CONF: 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters, London, 10 Nov 17

What: Conference on ‘Knowing ‘as much of art as the cat’: 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters’ Where: The National Gallery, London When: 10 November 2017 More information and Registration at: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/knowing-as-much-of-art-as-the-cat-19th-century-women-writers-on-the-old-masters   This major conference examines the role of English-speaking … Continue reading

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Conference: ‘Knowing ‘as much of art as the cat’: 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters’, The National Gallery, London, Friday 10 November 2017

What: Conference: ‘Knowing ‘as much of art as the cat’: 19th-century women writers on the Old Masters’ When: Friday 10 November 2017, 10am–5.45pm Where: The National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre More information and booking at: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/knowing-as-much-of-art-as-the-cat-19th-century-women-writers-on-the-old-masters his major conference examines the role … Continue reading

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Talk and Book Launch on ‘Longford Castle: The Treasures and the Collectors’, National Gallery, London, Friday 13 October 2017

When: Friday 13 October, 6–7pm, followed by a drinks reception Where: National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing Theatre, followed by Conference Room 1 Admission Free More details and booking: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/longford-castle-past-and-present The evening begins with a short interview between Lord Radnor, the owner of … Continue reading

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Society’s Event for Members: A Visit to the National Gallery

On Friday 20 January 2017, a group of 18 SocHistColl members were taken around the National Gallery collection by Dr Susanna Avery-Quash, Senior Curator in the History of Collecting at the National Gallery. Susanna talked about two of the most … Continue reading

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