"Gwen and Augustus John - Two Great Opposites" Frank Woodgate Tate Britain’s exhibition at the end of 2004 compared and contrasted the works of these two famous siblings.
“Gwen and Augustus John – Two Great Opposites” Frank Woodgate
Tate Britain’s exhibition at the end of 2004 compared and contrasted the works of these two famous siblings. Augustus said after Gwen’s death in 1939 that in 50 years he would be remembered as her brother, rather than as a great artist in his own right. That exhibition and this lecture enable viewers to make up their own minds.
Frank is a lecturer and a guide at Tate Britain and Tate Modern, lecturer for the Art Fund, the National Trust, and other organisations.
Visitors and members of the public are very welcome to attend the lectures. £7.50 for guests or visitors payable on the door.
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