The storms of time: Art, landscape, and civilisation

23–25 July, 11am–4pm

Sainsbury Wing Conference Room 1

Christina Bradstreet, Edward Dickenson, Matthew Morgan, and Caroline Smith

£180/£165 conc./£145 Members & Patrons

From Arcadian wildernesses to classical ruins, discover artists' responses to sublime nature and the impact of civilisation.

Over the course of three days, you will learn through lectures, Gallery tours, discussion-based teaching, slow-looking, and group conversations about the topical relevance of these paintings for us today.

Includes a visit to Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire and to Ed Ruscha: Course of Empire.

Image above: Detail from Georges Michel, Stormy Landscape with Ruins on a Plain, after 1830