On Saturday July 18th, Buscot Park in Oxfordshire is to host a study day entitled “J W Waterhouse and the Pre-Raphaelite Tradition”, to complement the Royal Academy’s major retrospective exhibition J W Waterhouse: The Modern Pre-Raphaelite (27 June – 13 September 2009). Waterhouse’s paintings are amongst the best-loved of the Victorian age – his Lady of Shalott is consistently the Tate’s best-selling postcard – and his mastery of the art of myth and poetry is as compelling as ever. The speakers for the study day are Julian Treuherz, Peter Trippi and David Freeman, and it looks like it will be an excellent event. You can get more information and book a place here.
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