Talk – A History of Botanical Illustration from Cave Drawings to the present

  • Thursday 9 September
  • Location: Museum of Royal Worcester

From 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Join Debbie Devauden for an entertaining illustrated talk introducing the history of botanical illustration from cave people to the present. Debbie is a botanical artist and tutor and Chair of the Gloucestershire Society for Botanical Illustration (GSBI). Debbie is also leading a full-day practical introduction to botanical art at the Museum on Saturday 25 September, suitable for complete beginners.

This talk is part of the programme accompanying our exhibition Botanical Treasures: inspiration from nature in porcelain and on paper which explores the long tradition of decorating Worcester porcelain with fruits and flowers through a collaboration with contemporary artists from the GSBI, supported by the Finnis Scott Foundation.

£9, £6 for Friends of the Museum/GSBI members CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TALK TICKET

Join us for tea, coffee and biscuits on Royal Worcester china at 6.30pm, and the opportunity to look around the Museum and the exhibition

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