Talk: The Art of Industry

Hartford Methodist Church Hall
19th February 2015

A wildly-illustrated lecture by Adrian Sumner exploring how Art was transformed by the Industrial Revolution. Images of Industry, good and bad, selected from 2000 years of history, but looking closely at the new forms generated by the Industrial Revolution, and the wealth of poetry and symbolism it unleashed. Features William Blake and John Martin, Wright of Derby and JMW Turner, Romantics, Pre Raphaelites, Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, Vorticists and Futurists, Dadas, Surrealists, Precisionists and YBAs (not forgetting Arts and Crafts, Bauhaus, Ruralists etc..).

2.00pm - Tickets £5 - Ample free parking.


Phone 01606 782516 to book, pay at the door or book online below.


All proceeds to go to Riding for the Disabled.

Location:

Hartford Methodist Church Hall
Beach Road
Hartford
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 3AD

Tel: 01606 782516

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