A Series of Four Art History Lectures in Bruton by Art Historian Alexandra Drysdale

by | Feb 27, 2019 | Art History Lectures

The Art of the Elements: earth, water, air and fire.

Alexandra Drysdale is giving four lectures at Bruton Museum on how artists from the past to the present represent the four Elements in their work, both literally and symbolically.

Alexandra is both an artist and an art historian and since 2003 has been an accredited lecturer for The Arts Society.

Lectures are every Monday from 25th February to 18th March 2019.

Guests are invited to attend  individual lectures or all four lectures.

Week 1 Earth: 25 February: 2-3.30pm

More details on this lecture can be found here.

Winter Work, by George Clausen

 

Week 2 Water: 4 March: 2-3.30pm

More details on this lecture can be found here.

Painting by David Hockney - Sunbather, featured in Alexandra Drysdale's Art History lecture on The Elements - Water

 

Week 3 Air: 11 March: 2-3.30pm

More details on this lecture can be found here.

Sunrise at Norham Castle by JMW Turner - discussed in Alexandra Drysdale's Art History lecture on The Elements - Air

 

Week 4 Fire: 18 March: 2-3.30pm

More details on this lecture can be found here.

Burning of the houses of Parliament, Turner

 

Location for Art History Lectures in Bruton

Bruton Museum, High St, Bruton, Somerset, BA10 0AA
www.brutonmuseum.org.uk

 

Cost

4 lectures booked in advance: £35.00

Individual lectures: £10

For bookings contact: alexandra@alexandradrysdale.com
www.alexandradrysdale.com