‘All roads lead to Paris’
19 July 2010
In the Reynolds Room, a John Madejski Fine Room
From the middle of the nineteenth century, Paris was the city where artistic reputations were made. MaryAnne Stevens, the RA’s Director of Academic Affairs, explores how the training provided in prestigious ateliers, together with the Paris Salon, lured not only the young Sargent, but a polyglot community of aspiring artists, including the future members of the New English Art Club and the Glasgow Boys.
FULLY BOOKED 1–2pm, doors open at 12.30pm; please arrive before 12:45pm or your seat will be released.
At 12:45pm on the day of the lecture, unclaimed seats are released; however, we cannot guarantee that these will be available.