Special Curator Event with Waterstones, Piccadilly
Constable, Gainsborough, Turner and the Making of Landscape
7 February 2013
Thomas Gainsborough RA, Romantic Landscape, c. 1783. Oil on canvas 6.30pm
Curator MaryAnne Stevens
Waterstones, 203-206 Piccadilly,
London, W1J 9LE
Tickets: £12.50 (includes a drink and nibbles)
To celebrate this major exhibition the Royal Academy of Arts and Waterstones Piccadilly present curator MaryAnne Stevens who will guide you through the fascinating evolution of British landscape painting. From its original masters Constable, Gainsborough and Turner through to the 20th century, be inspired by the artists who have immortalised the beauty of the English landscape.
J.M.W. Turner RA, ‘Dolbadern Castle’, 1800. Oil on canvas, 1194 x 902 mm. Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates Limited. © Royal Academy of Arts, London Itinerary of event at WATERSTONES PICCADILLY
6.30pm – Welcome and registration. Exhibition tickets will be given at this point
6.30pm – 7pm – Drinks and nibbles reception at Waterstones Piccadilly
7pm – 7.45pm – Talk by curator, MaryAnne Stevens
7.45pm – 8pm – Q&A session
8pm – Event closes
Tickets are £12.50 and include entry to the exhibition.
The event has limited capacity so book now to avoid disappointment.
To book, call 020 7300 5635 and quote ‘RA CGT Waterstones’.
Terms and conditions
PLEASE NOTE: Exhibition tickets to be given at the door of the event at Waterstones Piccadilly. Exhibition tickets are open and valid until 17 February 2013