We are pleased to let ARTES members know that a small visit to Artemisia Gentileschi will take place on Thursday November 5th at 0915.
Gentileschi spent some years working in Naples (from 1630- until her death, thought to have occurred in 1652, when it was part of the Spanish Empire.) Her patrons included Phillip IV and his ambassadors and Viceroys, eg The Duke of Alcala. We thought it made sense to visit the exhibition and follow on developing our understanding of the Spanish in Naples.
Due to the pandemic places are limited, to 10 only, masks must be worn and social distancing of 2 metres observed. We cannot form groups as we go through the exhibition.
If you want to include “Titian” please make an online booking for later that morning as combining the two exhibitions is not now possible due to the pandemic.
Meet Susan Wilson at the Sainsbury Wing Entrance at 0900 to enter at 0915.
Latecomers cannot be admitted. NB: If you reserve a place and cannot attend please let me know immediately as we can run a waiting list for this visit, but I would need to swap names over.
Please contact Susan Wilson at <firstname.lastname@example.org> asap if you wish to attend.