Lecture: When Are Words Not Enough?: Virginia Woolf and Roger Fry

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31 July 2014, 19:00

Ondaatje Wing Theatre

Tickets: £6 (£5 concessions, Gallery Supporters and members) Bookings online or visit the Gallery in person.


Roger Fry, by Vanessa Bell (née Stephen), 1912 - NPG  - © estate of Vanessa Bell courtesy of Henrietta Garnett; National Portrait Gallery, London

Roger Fry
by Vanessa Bell (née Stephen)
1912
NPG 6684

Frances Spalding, curator of Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision, looks at the influence of painting on Virginia Woolf’s thinking about the novel, and also at the importance of her association with Roger Fry.

Frances Spalding is an art historian, biographer and critic and curator of  Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision. She has written books on Roger Fry, Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant as well as an introduction to the Bloomsbury Group. She is Professor of Art History at Newcastle University.

The Virginia Woolf: Art Life and Vision Adult Learning Programme is made possible in loving memory of Rosemary Evison. 



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