Published: 03/03/2020 By Allan Fuller
A talk in Putney about one of the world’s greatest artists.
This year for ther Young Arts initiatives they are offering free entry to lectures for any sixth formers (with student /oyster card identification). Sixth formers just need to come to a lecture with proof of the their status such as their student oyster card to get in free.
On 9th March the lecture programme continues with a lecture by James Lindow on The Genius of Raphael.
The South West London branch which has been running for over 40 years has a strong active membership but welcomes visitors to its monthly lectures on the second Monday of the month at Dryburgh Hall, Putney Leisure Centre.
Speakers are leaders in their field and the subjects are varied as you see from the programme below. Doors open at 7.30 for a 8.00 pm start. A short waiting list is held for those interested in becoming members.
The Genius of Raphael
Lecturer: James Lindow
James Lindow was the first Renaissance PhD from the Royal College of Art and the V&A. He has
convened and presented at international conferences; lectures widely in the UK and overseas and is currently a fine art underwriter in the City. He has written articles on diverse aspects of the Renaissance, and his book entitled The Renaissance Palace in Florence: Magnificence and Splendour in Fifteenth Century Italy was published to widespread critical acclaim.