Tony Dury – From Paris to Warwick

When:
27th October 2020 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2020-10-27T19:30:00+00:00
2020-10-27T21:00:00+00:00
Where:
Zoom talk
Contact:
Paul Baker
07985 785819

A Talk by Paul Baker

Covid-19 restrictions mean that we can no longer hold this meeting face-to-face.  The talk will instead by given online, provided there is sufficient interest.  To access the talk you will need a link which will be emailed to members a day or so before the talk.  If you are not a member, or not on our email distribution list for newsletters, then please send an email to nick.holmes9@gmail.com to register your interest

The talk will be preceded by a brief online AGM to approve the accounts and appoint the Group’s officers for the coming year

Tony Dury was a french artist who moved to Warwick in the aftermath of Louis Phillipe’s abdication. A distinguished portrait painter, his work covered many fields including a number of stained glass windows for churches in Warwickshire. He is better known in Brighton where he redecorated the panels in the Banqueting Hall in the Royal Pavilion. His work was exhibited in both the Great Exhibition of 1851 and the Paris Expo of 1867.

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