Art lecture by Dr Jacqueline Cockburn
Thursday 19 April 2018
Doors open at 6.30pm for light supper and drinks
Lecture starts promptly at 8pm in the Minghella Theatre
Antoni Gaudi (1852 – 1926) is well known and a much loved architect. His work will be explored in detail and show how he engaged with nature. He also collaborated with ceramicists, ironworkers and decorative artists in producing his form of architecture. However, it will be the aim of this lecture to also uncover the other architects working in Barcelona over the turn of the twentieth century; Domenech y Muntaner and Puig y Cadafalch.
Dr. Cockburn will pay attention to several significant and ravishing buildings and some less well-known buildings in —Barcelona.
Dr Jacqueline Cockburn
A linguist and art historian, with first degrees in French, Spanish and Art History, an MA in Applied Linguistics and a PHD in Art History and Spanish on ‘The Drawings of García Lorca as Gifts, Citations and Exchanges’. Has taught at Westminster school since 1984 as head of Art History for 16 years and has lectured at Birkbeck for 20 years. She is now managing director of an art tour company.
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