Thomas Hennell was a remarkable artist, whose watercolours and drawings show his deep love and knowledge of the English countryside. He was killed at the age of only 42 while serving as an Official War Artist in Indonesia in 1945.
In this lecture, writer and researcher Jessica Kilburn tells the fascinating life story of this unjustly neglected artist, who painter Carel Weight described as ‘the greatest English watercolourist that England has produced this century.’
Dates & Prices
|£6 per Ticket
|Friday 22/03/2024 14:00pm
|Friday 22/03/2024 15:30pm