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Association of Art Historians

Learn about London's rich history of art, architecture and alcohol at Art History in the Pub.

Join the Association of Art Historians in a celebration of the capital's rich history of art, architecture and alcohol as part of a special series of Art History in the Pub events across London.

Art History in in the Pub talks are always very informal. The talks are of general interest, and anyone is welcome to come along and listen and ask questions. Talks usually last for about 30 minutes, with a beverage break, followed by general discussion.

Event:

For this special London History Day edition of AHITP we are joined by Christine Riding; author, head of art and curator of the Queen’s House at Royal Museums Greenwich and chair of the Association of Art Historians.

Christine draws upon her expertise in 18th- and 19th-century British art to reveal a seamier side of London. The Smithfields home of Grade II listed pub The Hope provides a suitably Dickensian backdrop for this special London History Day talk in its Juniper Room Gin Parlour.

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Join the Association of Art Historians in a celebration of the Capital’s rich history of art, architecture and alcohol as part of a special series of Art History in the Pub events across London © Association of Art Historians

Visit:

The Hope
94 Cowcross Street
London, EC1M 6BH

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