Bellini's The Agony in the Garden

Landscapes: Copying and capturing nature

Wednesday 1 August, 1–1.30pm

Room 62

Christina Bradstreet

Admission free, donations welcome

How have artists adopted differing ideas of landscape to define and stake claim to the world around them?

This series of lunchtime lectures examines how attitudes to landscape painting have changed over the centuries. 

Lunchtime talks

Focus in on one painting with our talks in the Gallery, or explore wider themes in the collection at our in-depth theatre talks.

Image above: Detail from Giovanni Bellini, The Agony in the Garden, about 1465