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From the 1770s there was a growing taste for the weird, supernatural, fantastic and grotesque in British art.
Romanticism thrived on art that appealed to the imagination, especially the sense of wonder and fear. This lecture explores British artists and their weird and wonderful visions.
Lecturer: Sarah Stopford is a NADFAS guide, and at both London Tate Galleries
This lecture is a part of our In Sight Lecture Series: Weird and Wonderful: creativity unleashed.
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Organised by the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery.