David Bomberg's Lost Legacy: a Master Painter and His Students
The Arts Society Wensum
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 11:00
Assembly House Theatre Street Norwich NR2 1RQ
Discusses this underappreciated painter in twentieth-century Britain
Through the lecture discover the power of one of the most passionate, pugnacious and underappreciated painters in twentieth-century Britain.
[Image: Sappers at work: a Canadian tunnelling company. David Bomberg. 1919]
THE ARTS SOCIETY ACCREDITED LECTURER
Dr Kate Aspinall
Dr Kate Aspinall is an independent historian, writer, and artist. Based in London, she focuses her art historical work on British visual culture in the 20th century. She teaches occasionally for the Courtauld and Yale in London and has spoken at a range of galleries and public institutions, including Tate, the Towner and Pallant House, among others. In addition to her art practice, which recently won a grant from the European Commission, she was a long-term consultant for the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, and until recently she served as a Trustee of the Association for Art History, representing freelance and independent art historians. She has degrees from the University of St Andrews, the Courtauld Institute and the University of East Anglia.