Gauguin’s Women – Art History Talk by Juliet Heslewood
March 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm£6.00
Think of his women, and you immediately associate Gauguin with naked Tahitian girls. These were mostly imagined. Juliet’s talk will introduce you to the real women he knew, each of whom played a significant part in his fascinating life.
Juliet Heslewood is an author and art historian and hardly needs an introduction – many of you will have enjoyed her regular lectures in and around Charlbury. Juliet studied History of Art at London University and later gained an MA in English Literature at Toulouse. For over 30 years she lived in France where she devised and led study tours on art and architecture.
The talk takes place at 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall. The bar will open at 7pm, and will remain open after the talk until 9.30. Please come, enjoy the evening, bring your friends and support the plans for the CHARLBURY FESTIVAL.