Study Day: Paul Sandby - Picturing Wales

| The Drill Hall

An afternoon of talks exploring the work of Paul Sandby ‘the father of English Watercolour’, the first professional artist to paint Welsh landscapes in watercolour and through his pioneering print-making techniques bring Welsh scenery to a wide public. Introduced and chaired by Professor Luke Herrmann, author of the monograph on Paul & Thomas Sandby and catalogue of their works in the V&A
With Dr John Bonehill, Lecturer in History of Art at University of Glasgow and curator of the Exhibition ‘Paul Sandby Picturing Britain’, currently at the Royal Academy ‘The place of the past: Paul Sandby's 'XII Views in South Wales' (1775)
and Felicity Myrone, Curator of Topography at the British Library 'A kind of map-work?: Paul Sandby and topography'.

Venue information

The Drill Hall

Lower Church Street, Chepstow, NP16 5HJ

Entry details

4, 3 for concessions (to book in advance contact Chepstow Museum 01291 625981) 2-5pm

"Art Fund" is the operating name of the National Art Collections Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (209174) and Scotland (SC038331)