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National Gallery Lates

Gallery talk: Getting to know Poussin

Get to know more about Nicolas Poussin, his influences and contemporaries
This event is part of Friday Lates.
Date
Friday, 10 December 2021
Time
7 - 7.45 pm

About

17th-century French artist Nicolas Poussin is one of the most popular painters in the collection. To coincide with our exhibition 'Poussin and the Dance', Gallery Educator Ed Dickenson introduces us to the artist through works in our collection, as well as taking in paintings by his influences, such as Titian, and also his contemporaries including Claude. 

Please meet in Room 29. 

Image: Detail from Nicolas Poussin, 'The Finding of Moses', 1651

Speaker

Edward Dickenson
Ed Dickenson is a Gallery Educator who started his teaching career in Japan before teaching in primary schools across London for a number of years. He has since worked in learning teams for Kensington Palace, Ben Uri Gallery, and the Horniman Museum in London.
Talks & conversations

National Gallery Lates

Gallery talk: Getting to know Poussin

Get to know more about Nicolas Poussin, his influences and contemporaries
This event is part of Friday Lates.
Date
Friday, 10 December 2021
Time
7 - 7.45 pm

Free

This is a free talk, limited to 30 participants at one time.

Although the event is not ticketed, you will need to book a Gallery entry ticket to access the building. Please arrive in good time to find the event.

Places are available on a first come first served basis.