Angela Findlay is a professional artist with a long career in teaching art and murals to prisoners. Her lecture, described as mesmerising, gives an unusual slant on the unique post WWII German artists creating memorials and counter memorials.
Her paintings are widely exhibited both nationally and internationally.
Fenella Billington examines the world of Watteau, Fragonard and Boucher, contrasting with that of Gainsborough, Stubbs and Hogarth. The lecture also covers the French Revolution in 1789, the rise of Napoleon and the many rich threads of art woven in France and England.