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Online Talks and Exhibitions

 Forthcoming - Online Talks

 

Exhibitions

Thursday May 13th 11:00am
Sporting Talk: The Forgotten History of Everyday Speech
Alexandra (Sally) Fletcher: Packard Curator: NHRM
Thursday June 17th 11:00am
Sir Alfred Munnings: – Mansions, Parks and Lakes
Jenny Hand: Director: Munnings Art Museum
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Thursday September 16th 11:00am
Architectural History of Palace House Newmarket: - Latest Research
Chris Garibaldi
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Thursday October 21st 11:00am
Painting Games:– Sporting Art Highlights from the National Galleries of Scotland
Imogen Gibbon: Deputy Director and Chief Curator Portraiture
National Galleries of Scotland
Thursday November 11th 6:30am
BSAT Paul Mellon Lecture and Reception (Turf Club, London)
James Seymour
Richard Wills
There will be a charge to attend the lecture and reception. This lecture will be available free to view via video after the event
 
Thursday December 9th 11:00am
Sporting Art and George IV
Sally Goodsir: Curator Decorative Arts, Royal Collection Trust
Sponsored by Rountree Tryon Galleries
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Past Talks
Thursday April 15th 
Lionel Edwards (1878-1966) Seen from the Saddle
Katherine Field:  Exhibition Curator 
This talks take you on a tour of theLionel Edwards Exhibition and gives an insight into the artist's work and life.
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Lionel Edwards 1878-1966 Seen From the Saddle
13th April -1st May
Osborne Studio Gallery
2 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JU
Pre booking essential

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Highlights will travel to the Glebe Gallery, Glebe Farm House Charlton
SP7 0EL 

7th May - 16th May

The BSAT are delighted to present the first major exhibition of Lionel Edwards' work since 1986. It opens on the 55th anniversary of his death. The pictures are loaned from private collections and include many works not previously exhibited or published.

The exhibited pictures span his entire career and show the full breadth of his expertise in subjects related to the horse, the countryside and historical subjects. Early illustrations for periodicals like Country Life, The Sphere and The Graphic were the foundations on which he built his reputation and ensured his livelihood when commissions were scarce in the First and Second World Wars. His vivid imagination furnished work for dozens of books and his illustrations for children’s books such as Black Beauty, the Maltese Cat and Moorland Mousie were hugely popular.

Catalogue Sponsored by Savills:  
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