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Drawing from Michelangelo to Now

Time/Date - 12:30 - 13:30, Fri 24 Mar 2017

Free talk on this exciting exhibition from the British Museum

Isabel Seligman, curator of Lines of thought, explores a project which has seen nearly a thousand students from art schools across London visit the British Museum’s extensive graphic collection to study and draw, and the influence this has had on the curation of Lines of thought.

Isabel Seligman is the Bridget Riley Art Foundation Exhibition Curator in the department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum. She is the curator of Lines of thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to now currently on show at the Ulster Museum, and is the author of the accompanying book published by Thames & Hudson. 


Image credit: Rembrandt, An Asian Elephant, c.1637, black chalk and charcoal, Gg,2.259, © The Trustees of the British Museum
 

 

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  • Lines of thought exhibition
  • The lecture will take place in the Lecture Theatre on the Ground Floor
  • The lecture is free but advance booking is advised
  • To book please click the Book Now above
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