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Raphael and the Reinvention of Drawing
18 October @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Martin Clayton LVO FSA
Head of Prints and Drawings for Royal Collection Trust at Windsor Castle
The Head of Prints and Drawings for the Royal Collections Trust at Windsor Castle, Martin Clayton LVO FSA, will give his talk to the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society’s first lecture of 2021/22 Season. During Raphael’s short career of 20 years, he transformed the way artists designed their paintings through drawing. His influence continues to this day.
Most of the drawings, prints and watercolours are kept at the print room at Windsor Castle in the original lay out created by Prince Albert. The collection was created by three Monarchs over 500 years – Charles II, George III and Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. In fact, it was Prince Albert who started the Raphael collection.
Lecture In partnership with the Leicester Museum & Art Gallery [postponed from October 2020]
How to access the lecture:
Members of the Society will receive an email informing them how to access the meeting either in person (at the Leicester Museum and Art Gallery) or by Zoom. (If you have not received this email by the 11th October, please email email@example.com.)
Non-Members may only access the meeting by Zoom for £5 (£3 for students). This is due to the current restrictions on numbers available at the Leicester Museum and Art Gallery. To book a ticket, please CLICK HERE.
Leicester Museum and Art Gallery
New Walk Museum, 53 New Walk
Leicester, LE1 7EA