John Ruskin Talk: Watercolours and Drawings

03 October 2019

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:

+ Find out more about Ruskin 200 here 


Booking essential

To book please contact the gallery on 0121 236 4353 for card payment or send us a cheque made payable to RBSA.

Subject to receipt of full non-transferable and non-refundable payment.


Price 

£5 per person 

£3 for Friends of the RBSA, Members and Associates.


Time

6pm - 8pm

 


The RBSA Gallery reserves the right to withdraw the event. In this eventuality, you will be notified and fully refunded.

 

 

Key Dates

  • £5/£3
    03 October 2019

    Evening talk by Brendan Flynn, RBSA Professor of Art History