June update

At our lecture on 13 June, John Smith, Chairman, welcomed Adam Busiakiewicz, who entertained us with” The significance of the lute in paintings through the ages” which included some delightful music which Adam played on his lute. It was an excellent lecture, enjoyed by our members.

John also reminded us to visit the Sorolla exhibition at the National Gallery (until 7 July). This is followed by our October lecture “Sorolla comes to London”.

In July, Monica Bohm-Duchen will talk to us on “Belonging and Not Belonging: The Immigrant Experience in Modern British Art”.

The Priest’s House has now been demolished at All Saints Church which gives more generous parking for our members when visiting the Hall. In July we will be sending out our renewal invitations and very much hope that you will join us for another year of exciting lectures, visits and special interest events.

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