llustrated Talks on Modern Art
with David Cuthbert
Modern Italian Art 1910-1925
Italian art is usually thought to be the Renaissance or Quatro Cento or perhaps the splendour of Florence, Siena, Rome and Venice.
At the turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century Italian artists wanted to forge a new modern identity that owed nothing to the past.
This illustrated talk will look at the work of Italian modernists, some working in France and others in various cities in Italy.
David will show slides of work by Boccioni, Severini, Morandi, Sironi and many others during a period of great political upheaval.
Tuesday 15th October 2019
£6 Coffee & Tea included