Forthcoming Events

 

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Because of the restrictions consequent upon the pandemic, all lectures this season will be available using Zoom. Help on using Zoom is available by clicking here. A “printer-friendly” copy of the programme of events can be downloaded here.

 

Roses, Leeks, and Water Lilies: Impressionist Painters in the Garden

Professor Clare Willsdon, Professor of the History of Western Art, University of Glasgow From Monet’s roses and waterlilies at Giverny to the peasant vegetable gardens painted by Pissarro, horticulture was central to the art of the Impressionists. Renoir preferred his gardens semi-wild; Caillebotte grew the latest modern dahlias, and Morisot portrayed her daughter playing amidst … Continue reading Roses, Leeks, and Water Lilies: Impressionist Painters in the Garden

MEMBERS’ MEETING (provisional)

Followed by a Recital by The Bardi Wind Soloists Conducted by Mr David Calow Please note that this information is provisional and will be updated during the summer recess.

RAPHAEL AND THE REINVENTION OF DRAWING (Provisional)

Martin Clayton LVO FSA Head of Prints and Drawings for Royal Collection Trust at Windsor CastleLecture In partnership with the New Walk Museum Please note that this information is provisional and will be updated during the summer recess.

AN APPROACH TO THE PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL ETHICS (Provisional)

Professor Raanan Gillon FRCP Professor Emeritus of Medical Ethics Imperial College London Past President of the British Medical AssociationSponsored by De Montfort University Please note that this information is provisional and will be updated during the summer recess.

TITLE TO BE ANNOUNCED

Professor Sir Nilesh Samani BHF Chair of Cardiology at the University of LeicesterSponsored by The University of Leicester Please note that this information is provisional and will be updated during the summer recess.