Fri, 10 Dec | Online event

'Real and Imagined, John Henry’s Paintings at Kellie' - Antonia Laurence-Allen (NTS)

Antonia Laurence-Allen, National Trust for Scotland’s Regional Curator for Edinburgh and East, will explore the real and imagined world of Kellie Castle in John Henry Lorimer's domestic paintings.
'Real and Imagined, John Henry’s Paintings at Kellie' - Antonia Laurence-Allen (NTS)

Time & Location

10 Dec, 19:00 – 20:00
Online event

About the Event

Kellie Castle was a huge influence on the painter John Henry Lorimer. For this online talk, Dr Antonia Laurence-Allen, National Trust for Scotland’s Regional Curator for Edinburgh and East, will take you on a journey linking the paintings with the property to reveal what is real and imagined in John Henry’s genre scenes. Genre is the term for representations of everyday or domestic life. 

Dr Antonia Laurence Allen is the National Trust for Scotland’s Regional Curator for Edinburgh and East and will share collections, stories and projects from properties as diverse as Canna House, Brodie Castle and Tenement House.

This event is free but booking via Eventbrite is essential. To book, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/185016618687. This Virtual Lecture will be run on Zoom, hosted by the Lorimer Society, and introduced by the City Art Centre Programmes Team. You will be sent the joining link the day before the event. It will also stream on the City Art Centre's Facebook page.

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