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Portrait of the Sculptor Jules Dalou (1876)
by Alphonse Legros (1837-1911)
Thursday 22 February
Impressionists in London: French Artists in Exile 1870-1904
Caroline Corbeau-Parsons, curator of the Tate exhibition will give a talk on the themes and structure of the exhibition at Tate Britain, with particular focus on the networks formed by French refugee artists in London during the time, and in the aftermath of the Franco-Prussian War and Paris Commune, in the early 1870s.
Caroline holds a PhD on the Prometheus myth in the 19th century. She worked at Watts Gallery and the de László Foundation and joined the curatorial department at Tate Britain in 2012.
William Morris Gallery at 7 for 7.30pm
£10 Friends: £5
Booking essential: from Roger Huddle or online in advance at Eventbrite
Thursday 22 March
(William Morris Birthday Lecture)
A Jonah’s Eye View of the Whale:
Morris’s Socialism in Action
A talk by Florence S. Boos
For your Diary
Saturday 14 April
Trip to Kelmscott Manor
Coach + entry: Friends of WMG £28, guests £32
Meet: 8.45am at William Morris Gallery or
Walthamstow Central Station 9am.
Return by approximately 5.30pm
Book place (please say if Friend or guest)