The Society’s Annual General Meeting

Zoom meeting – link to follow

To be followed by an informal talk by Catherine Parry-Wingfield

Images of Turner – Boy, Man and ‘Afterlife’

After his arresting youthful self-portrait of c.1799, Turner seems to have avoided the fashionable image-takers of his day, even though some of them were his good friends. In later life, there are therefore a number of ‘stolen’ likenesses, some friendly, others less so. The talk concludes with the unexpected ‘afterlife’ of some of those images.

Catherine Parry-Wingfield has been a Turner Society committee member for some years. She has taught on many art history courses, and has lectured to art societies in the UK and abroad. Catherine chaired Turner’s House Trust before and during the conservation of Sandycombe Lodge, Turner’s retreat in Twickenham.

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