Wednesday Lunch & Lecture – Honfleur: Cradle of Impressionism
The coastal town of Honfleur in Normandy was a popular destination for artists in the early 19th century. It was also home to Eugene Boudin who was one of the first artists who painted out of doors in front of his subject.
Includes lunch. Lunch is served from 1pm and lecture begins at 2pm.
Dr Angie Smith has a first class degree in Art History and a PhD in Combined Historical Studies from London University. She spent many years teaching undergraduate and adult education programmes for Leicester University. She is an accredited lecturer with the Arts
Society, has published widely, contributed to history programmes on tv and lectured for several cruise lines. Her interest outside history and art include gardening and genealogy.