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Seeing Things - Anthropomorphism In Landscape Art picture

Fri 22nd Feb at 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Seeing Things - Anthropomorphism In Landscape Art

@ The National Gallery, London

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Seeing Things - Anthropomorphism In Landscape Art

Is it acceptable to start 'seeing things' in paintings – whether or not they were intended by the artist?

One of the foundation myths of art-making is that nature was the first picture maker. Taking this as a starting point, Aliki Braine explores the mysterious world of anthropomorphic landscapes in art.

Unwind at the Gallery with an informal talk followed by lively discussion over a glass or two of wine.

Ticket price includes wine.

Image © The National Gallery, London

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Venue: The National Gallery

Trafalgar Square
WC2N 5DN 51.508931, -0.128297

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