Talk:Hogarth vs Everyone at Richmond upon Thames

Talk, Thu 27 Jan 2022, free entry

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London Borough of Richmond upon Thames,
Surrey,
TW / SW

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William Hogarth has been described as the father of English painting but over the course of his career he came into conflict with many people. In this talk we will explore some of Hogarth’s most high profile conflicts with contemporaries on everything from art theory to social campaigning and more.

John Collins is the Senior Manager for Historic Houses at the London Borough of Hounslow and has overseen Hogarth’s House since it reopened to the public after a major refurbishment in 2011. Most recently John has been a key figure in the Mulberry Garden project at Hogarth’s House, a five year National Lottery Heritage Fund funded scheme which saw a new learning studio built and a redesigned exhibition garden both open to the public in 2021. Before this John was Community Development Manager at Imperial War Museum North and has a background in the field of community engagement with historic sites and their collections

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Dates Times
Thu 27 Jan 2022

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Free entry

Donations welcome

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Map reference: TQ 180749  Lat: 51.46121 Long: -0.30180

Depending on the given area.
Tube stations within the borough: Kew Gardens and Richmond
South West Train stations: Barnes, Barnes Bridge, Mortlake, North Sheen, Richmond, St Margarets, Twickenham, Strawberry Hill, Teddington, Fulwell, Hampton, Hampton Court, Hampton Wick, Whitton.
Fast trains from London Waterloo to Richmond and Twickenham, via Clapham Junction. Semi-fast trains also stop at Putney. All stations are served by slow trains from London Waterloo.