After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art
Westminster Quaker Meeting House and the National Gallery
Coffee · Lecture · Lunch · Exhibition
5th April 2023
In the decades between 1880 and the outbreak of the First World War, the world was changing quickly, and so was the art. We will be exploring the work of three giants of the era: Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, as well as tracing the influences they had on their peers and other artists across Europe. We will see the creation of a new, radical, modern art pushing tirelessly into the future, freed from the shackles of tradition. The exhibition includes some of the most iconic works of art of the period, including paintings by Klimt, Kokoschka, Matisse, Picasso, Mondrian and Kandinsky. Important loans have come to the exhibition from all over the world, bringing together the best of Expressionism, Cubism and Abstraction.
The lecture by Tom Parsons will prepare you for the exhibition so that you can make the most of your time in the gallery and gain the greatest insight into the works. Please join us for lunch afterwards at Fumo, Covent Garden.
Order of Events
10.15 Coffee at the Westminster Quaker Meeting House.
11.00 Lecture for Artemisia Members at the Westminster Quaker Meeting House by Tom Parsons
12.30 Lunch at Fumo, Covent Garden
14.00 Exhibition at the National Gallery – After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art
Lunch (2 courses, wine and coffee) £45.06Book
Please note you must purchase your own tickets to the exhibition from the National Gallery website. This allows you to choose the time you want to enter and to use any discounts or memberships you may have.
National Gallery exhibition tickets
If you would like further information please email me on [email protected] or call 01379 871800.