Friends’ Lecture: The Arts & Crafts in Gloucester Cathedral (Sold Out)

Saturday 4 March 2023, 2pm

Friends’ Lecture: The Arts & Crafts in Gloucester Cathedral (Sold Out)

by Alec and Susan Hamilton

Non-members/guests welcome

 Saturday 4 March 2023

2.00pm in the Parliament Room, Gloucester Cathedral

In the Cathedral are to be found works designed and made by leading Arts & Crafts practitioners such as Henry Wilson, John Dando Sedding, Ernest Gimson and C.R.Ashbee.

 But what is meant by the term Arts & Crafts? And how did our Lady Chapel come to be adorned with stained glass windows created by a relatively inexperienced artist (and a Roman Catholic) which have come to be recognised internationally as the most significant Arts & Crafts glazing scheme?

 Tickets:  Members £10/Guest £12.50 (Sold Out)

Type
Friends
Dates
March 4, 2023
Opening times
Saturday 4 March 2pm-3pm
Location
Parliament Rooms 12 College GreenGloucesterGL1 2LX
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