Date(s) - 17th Oct 2022
St Philip & St James Church
A brief look at the development of painting in fifteenth-century Burgundy, including the Limbourg brothers, Robert Campin, Jan van Eyck and Petrus Christus, with references to more familiar Italian painting from the same period (Masaccio, Fra Angelico, etc.).
Martin Bowden read economics at university in the 1960s and after a short period in commerce taught and ran the economics department at a local public school. For more than two decades, he also taught and examined art history at A-Level – he says to do so was the joy of his teaching life. As Martin approached retirement, he began to paint primarily watercolours, which are sold through a local gallery. He has also been president of the Cotswold Art Club and is now an honorary member.
Picture: “February” by the Limbourg Brothers.
Cost per person: £10, to include tea/coffee
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