photo: John Blake

Friends Meeting House, High Street, Saffron Walden

Friday 10th June 7.30pm

£6 (£4 National Art Pass)


An accompaniment to The Many Sides of Isabel Rawsthorne.

Dr Carol Jacobi is Curator of British Art at Tate Britain. She has taught, written and broadcast widely on nineteenth and twentieth-century art and curated the major Tate exhibition ‘Van Gogh and Britain’. Jacobi has been lecturing and publishing on Isabel Rawsthorne and her circle for more than a decade, with works including the award-winning British Art in the Nuclear Age and ‘Picasso’s Portraits of Isabel Rawsthorne’ in The Burlington Magazine. Following the success of her recent bestseller Van Gogh and Britain (shortlisted for the William MB Berger Prize), Out of the Cage: The Art of Isabel Rawsthorne is her eleventh book.

Alberto Giacometti and Isabel Rawsthorne, a conversation, curated by Jacobi, can currently be seen at Tate Britain.