Lecture: 'British War Artists of World War I' at home and abroad, presented by Dr Patricia Andrews
| Town House
Setting the scene with a brief history of war artists up to 1914, this well-illustrated lecture will examine how the changing nature of both war and artistic developments during the twentieth century created new approaches to war art. The work of individual selected artists will be featured, alongside specific topics such as camouflage, the influence of photography and censorship, and the future of war art in the twenty-first century. Specific artists include Muirhead Bone, Christopher Nevinson, William Rothenstein, and Paul Nash.
Dr Patricia Andrews is an independent heritage consultant and lecturer.