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TEIGNBRIDGE DFAS Day of Special Interest: GEORGIAN LONDON
Prof Jeremy Black MBE
07/06/2017

SPECIAL INTEREST AFTERNOON AND LUNCH

 

Venue : The Best Western Hotel Passage House Hotel, Kingsteignton TQ12 3QH

 

Jeremy Black, Professor of History at Exeter University and Freeman of the City of London, is a renowned historian and regular contributor to radio and television. He is a prolific author of over 100 books, including Maps and History, Constructing Images of the Past (pub. Yale University Press), and Maps and Politics (Chicago University Press).

 

Professor Black will present Georgian London as a subject of the Arts and as a centre for their production.  He will discuss musicians such as Mozart, writers such as Volyaire, and politicians such as Jefferson.   London was the centre of the art world and subject of many paintings.   Jeremy will consider paintings, for example, by Canaletto and Wilson tigether with the impact of London patronage of art auctions and the educational role of, notably, the Royal Academy.

COST: £35 FOR A TWO COURSE LUNCH WITH COFFEE/TEA/MINTS 12.45 TO 2.30PM

LECTURE: 'GEORGIAN LONDON'   2.30 TO 3.30 PM

 

CONTACT: Mrs Augusta Kyte, Study Day Organiser on 01626 775495 if you would like to reserve a place