I turned to the landscape, not for the landscape’s sake, but for the “things behind”, the Dweller in the Innermost, whose light shines through occasionally.
[Paul Nash, letter to Gordon Bottomley, c.1920]
Join Dr Justine Hopkins for an in depth study of John and Paul Nash's artworks, with a focus on their representations of the British landscape, as featured in the Brothers in Art exhibition.
The day will include three lectures and a tour of the show.
For further information about the day please click here
Dr. Justine Hopkins gained her BA from Bristol University in English and Drama; MA from the Courtauld and PhD from Birkbeck College, specialising in 19th and 20th century European Art. Currently working as a freelance writer and lecturer for assorted institutions, from universities, national museums, NADFAS and auction houses to independent art groups, schools and commercial galleries. She published a biography of sculptor and painter Michael Ayrton in 1994, and has contributed to various periodicals and art dictionaries including the New DNB and the Oxford Dictionary of Western Art.