Carol Jacobi will be speaking on the changing influence of Van Gogh on 20th Century British artists, from Vanessa Bell to Francis Bacon.
Carol Jacobi is Curator of British Art 1850-1915, at Tate Britain. She has curated, taught, written and broadcast widely on nineteenth and twentieth-century art and lead on 'Van Gogh and Britain' at Tate in 2019. The major exhibition cast new and sometimes surprising light on how British art inspired Van Gogh in the nineteenth century and how Van Gogh inspired British art in the twentieth century. The catalogue was shortlisted for the William MB Berger Prize. Jacobi has publishing on many modern British artists, including the award-winning British Art in the Nuclear Age and her recent monograph about Isabel Rawsthorne and her circle, Out of the Cage.
We will be asking visitors to wear a mask or visor while in the house and to observe safe distancing in line with government guidance
We also ask visitors to take a rapid flow test before visiting and not to come if the test is positive or if they have been in contact with someone who has tested positive recently. Please contact us to rearrange your visit if this happens.
Many of the floors are made of original timbers so we do not permit high heels in the house.
Parking around Van Gogh House is limited, so please keep this in mind if arriving by car.
The space is small, so we ask that visitors do not come with large bags or are prepared to leave bags in a safe space on the ground floor of the house.
The house is a Grade II private residence with numerous stairs and narrow passageways, and we regret that wheelchair or step free access is not possible.
We welcome babes in arms on our tours. There is no age restriction but in the interests of health and safety we ask that children are accompanied by an adults
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