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The years between the wars witnessed a golden age of British landscape painting, as artists took to the road and explored the country. Among the finest of these roving painters were Paul Nash (1889-1946) and his student Eric Ravilious (1903-42), both of whom found inspiration in Kent and Sussex. In this entertaining illustrated talk, James Russell – who curated Dulwich Picture Gallery’s blockbuster Ravilious exhibition last year - will explore the work of both artists, going behind the scenes of some much-loved paintings to tease out stories, introduce characters and revisit the places that inspired them.
|Thu 3 Nov 2016||17:30|
Please note this event has sold out.
TR 150578 51.27900 1.08265
Canterbury West and Canterbury East train stations are both 0.5 miles away (10 min walk). Journey time from London by train is approximately just under one hour.
If you are using Satellite Navigation, you should enter the address ‘Burgate, Canterbury’ rather than using our postcode.
- From London: From M2 and M20 motorways, follow signs to A2 or Canterbury. Arriving in Canterbury, turn right onto the ring road at Rheims Way roundabout. Keep the city walls on
your left. After the 3rd (St George’s) roundabout, turn left into Burgate
- From Dover/Folkestone: Follow signs to Canterbury. You will arrive at the St George’s roundabout. Turn right onto the ring road and then left into Burgate.
- From Ashford: Follow signs to Canterbury (A28). At Wincheap roundabout, turn right. Follow ring road. Turn left into Burgate. There is a Park and Ride site as you enter the city from this direction.
Cathedral entrance gates:
• 7am – 6pm turn RIGHT into Postern Gate, just after Pub.
• 6pm – 7am continue straight down Burgate, turning right into Christ Church Gate just after
• After 9pm – ring bell on left hand side of Christ Church Gate to gain entrance.
: 1 mile from Canterbury East/West station