A Gloucestershire Landscape, John Northcote Nash, 1914, oil on canvas, WA1978.67 © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © The estate of John Nash. All Rights Reserved 2014, Bridgeman Art Library

A Gloucestershire Landscape, John Northcote Nash, 1914, oil on canvas, WA1978.67 © Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford © The estate of John Nash. All Rights Reserved 2014, Bridgeman Art Library

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.

Saturday September 13. 10.30am – 4.30pm. Fedden Room RWA

Admission prices

£30.

To book online click here

or please phone 0117 973 5129 or pop into the RWA and book at Reception