Image: detail of [for Scottish Colourists]The Liberty Men (1916) John Duncan Fergusson © National Museums NI Collection Ulster Museum

Join art historian Sheila McGregor as she takes us on a journey through the life and work of John Duncan Fergusson (1874-1961), the most internationally recognised of all the Scottish Colourists. She will explore his involvement with Fauvism, the war paintings he made in 1918, his support for Scottish nationalism, and his lifelong romantic and creative partnership with dancer Margaret Morris. It’s the story or a man whose life was every bit as colourful as his paintings.

Thurs 12 Sept 2019, 7.00pm - 8.00pm
£10 Adults | £8 Friends

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