Lecture: ‘Edward Burne-Jones and the Windows of St. Philip’s Cathedral’ by Martin Ellis, 25 April

A lecture by Martin Ellis entitled ‘Edward Burne-Jones and the Windows of St. Philip’s Cathedral’ will take place on the 25th of April at 11am at the Birmingham & Midland Institute, Margaret Street, Birmingham. This lecture will consider Edward Burne-Jones’s career as a stained glass artist, and place the four windows of St. Philip’s Cathedral in the wider context of his oeuvre.

Martin Ellis is a curator, lecturer and broadcaster. Martin has wide-ranging expertise in the field of art and design. He has managed, developed, exhibited and promoted major collections of decorative and fine arts at Art Galleries and Museums in Birmingham and Blackburn. He now divides his time between curatorial work, the development of cultural tourism programmes, lecturing and broadcasting. Martin is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, an accredited lecturer for NADFAS and a Freeman of the Goldsmiths’ Company and of the City of London.

For further details relating to the event mentioned above please email info@Pre‑Raphaelitesociety.org.

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