• 04/02/2018
  • Royal Geographical Society, London

We look forward to seeing you at the Works on Paper Fair this week.  The Works on Paper Fair presents art on paper for sale from every period, from the 16th Century through to the Victorian era, to Modern British and Contemporary work. Please scroll down to view the exciting Talks Programme…

Opening Times

3 pm – 9 pm – Wednesday 31 Jan (Opening Preview)

11 am – 9 pm – Thursday 1st Feb

11 am – 6 pm – Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2 – 4th Feb

Talks Programme

For full information on talks and to buy tickets: worksonpaperfair.com or 01798 215 007

The Art of Gardens for Horatio’s Garden Wednesday 31 January 6.30pm £35 Garden designers and presenters James Alexander-Sinclair, Bunny Guinness, Tom Stuart-Smith, Joe Swift and Cleve West, in conversation with Rachel de Thame.

Art Fund Talk Thursday 1 February 6.30pm £30: Following the previous hugely popular lectures by Simon Schama and Andrew Graham-Dixon, a special guest speaker will talk in support of the Art Fund.

David Boyd Haycock Augustus John Friday 2 February 2.30pm £10.  Ahead of the May 2018 publication of his book Augustus John – Drawn from Life, the author will talk about John’s early career and his talented friends and rivals.

Jenny Uglow Edward Lear Saturday 3 February 11.30am £10.  In Edward Lear: A Life of Art and Nonsense, Uglow explores Lear’s genius
– as a natural history artist, a landscapist and a creator of unforgettable nonsense.

Libby Horner Urushibara and Brangwyn Saturday 3 February 2.30pm £10.  A talk examining the work of Japanese printmaker Yoshijiro Urushibara, who collaborated with Frank Brangwyn to produce exquisite colour woodcuts.

Emma Mason The Guinness Lithographs Sunday 4 February 2.30pm £10 Print specialist Emma Mason will show how the Guinness Lithographs of 1956 and 1962 give a valuable insight into the social and artistic life of post war Britain.