On Spetember 30th I will have a pleasure to present the results of my research at York Art Gallery during a Study Day: organised by The National Gallery, York Museums Trust and National Inventory Research Project, Supported by The Pilgrim Trust.
Research and display: old master paintings in the re-opened York Art Gallery
Wednesday, 30 September 2015, 11:30 am – 16:00pm – Hospitium in York Museum Gardens
11.30am Registration and Refreshments at the Hospitium (map to be provided)
11.45am Welcome and introduction to the re-opened York Art Gallery: Laura Turner, Senior Curator Art, York Museums Trust
A tour of the Lycett Green collection display: Eloise Donnelly, The National Gallery Curatorial Trainee supported by the Art Fund with the assistance of the Vivmar Foundation
c13.00 Lunch (provided) in the Hospitium
14.15 NIRP in the North: Andrew Greg, Director, National Inventory Research Project
14.30 NIRP research into paintings in York Museums Trust: Magdalena Lanuszka, followed by questions
15.00 Research into the Lycett Green collection: Eloise Donnelly, The National Gallery Curatorial Trainee supported by the Art Fund with the assistance of the Vivmar Foundation, followed by questions
15.30 General discussion – finish by 16.00.