Tue, 22 Feb | Online event

'Selling Art in Edinburgh c. 1880-1920: Lorimer and his Contemporaries' - Stana Nenadic

Stana Nenadic, Professor of Social and Cultural History at the University of Edinburgh, sets John Henry Lorimer in the context of the Edinburgh art market of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
'Selling Art in Edinburgh c. 1880-1920: Lorimer and his Contemporaries' - Stana Nenadic

Time & Location

22 Feb 2022, 19:00 – 20:00
Online event

About the Event

To gain an overview of the art world in Edinburgh between 1880-1920, join Stana Nenadic, Professor of Social and Cultural History at the University of Edinburgh, for this online talk. Stana is the author of Craftworkers in Nineteenth Century Scotland, Making and Adapting in an Industrial Age (2022) and is currently working on a Leverhulme Trust funded project titled 'The Business of Art in Scotland c.1700-1900'.

This event is free but booking via Eventbrite is essential. To book, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/185176115747. 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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