Among David Hill’s many publications and exhibitions is ‘Turner on the Thames’ (Yale University Press, 1993) which retraced Turner’s journeys along the Thames during 1805, including his sailing trips upstream to Oxford or along the River Wey to Guildford and Godalming. David will consider the scenery and buildings depicted by Turner, showing how he retreated to the confines of nature for solstice. David Hill was Harewood Professor of Fine Arts at Bretton Hall College and afterwards Professor of the History of Art at the University of Leeds.
Advance booking required. Talks last for approximately 45 minutes with a short time for questions. Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the evening talks. Wine and juice are available to purchase at evening talks.
Thursday 15 February, 7.00pm
£6 Adults | £4 Friends
If booking a Friends ticket, you will need to enter the three digit Friends number found on your special green Friends Annual Pass. Please note that only one discounted ticket may be booked per Friend.
Image: J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851), St. Catherine's Hill near Guildford, 1812, Mezzotint Print Liber Studiorum, © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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