Art and Coffee at The Beaumont (Friday 16th November): An Impressionist Winter

Join us at

The Southgate Beaumont

15 Cannon Hill, Old Southgate, N14 7DJ

on Friday 16th December, 11.30am (for about an hour) to discuss

the Impressionists’ Art of Winter: snowy scenes, yet full of colour and texture, such as:

Claude Monet’s “Lavacourt Under Snow” [1888; National Gallery, c/o artuk.org]

Snow scenes were a particular favourite among the Impressionists, and Monet painted several canvases that explore the way sunlight plays upon the snow, reflecting tones of red, pink, purple and blue at different times of day. – artuk.org

There will be coffee and biscuits and, no matter the weather outside, we will be warm and cosy in the gorgeous surroundings of the Beaumont! All welcome!

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About TheCommonViewer

Independent Researcher: gently exploring the art and artists of early 20th century Britain (with forays elsewhere, in particular Russian Art History); the Art, Books & History Group meets monthly in Southend-on-Sea Twitter: @TheCommonViewer

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