One of the most gifted and successful women artists in Scotland at the turn of the 19th century, her output was wide-ranging and included watercolors, graphics, metalwork, and textiles. Her greatest achievements were in gesso, a plaster-based medium that she used to make highly decorative panels. She married Charles in 1900 and he acknowledged her genius as an artist and pattern maker. This talk will focus on their contributions to Art Nouveau and the Viennese Secession.

Sat 26 March 2022, 10.30am - 12.30pm
£15 Adults £12 Lightbox Members and Students

Arts Talks are bookable separately or as a set of four with a 10% discount. Please call 01483 737800 for a discount.