30th April Research Seminar
Jonathan Foyle (World Monuments Fund)              
Paradise Regained: The Rediscovered State Bed of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York as Royal Self-Image in 1485l

Friday 2nd May
The Educated Eye? Connoisseurship Now
A conference

9th May Research Lunch 
Cora Gilroy-Ware (Tate Britain)
A song the sweeter for a taste of pain: the cult of the nymph in early nineteenth century Britain

Please note that due to events there may be Public Study Room Closures


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