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An Illustrated History of Drawing


Bedford House Community Association, Bedford House, 4 Westbury Road, BUCKHURST HILL, Essex, IG9 5NW.

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An Illustrated History of Drawing


An Illustrated History of Drawing

Saturday 7th March 10am – 12:30pm

Bedford House, 4 Westbury Road, Buckhurst Hill IG9 5NW

Fee: £15.80 (+£1 if not a BHCA member)

Tutor: Ron Clark

From the Altamira caves to Zoological studies, drawing is the bedrock for all visual art.  


This presentation will not only demonstrate how major artists used drawings in preparation for paintings, but also how some great masters, like Botticelli and Dürer, produced the most divine works on paper as an art form in its own right.

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Bedford House Community Association, Bedford House, 4 Westbury Rd, Buckhurst Hill, Essex IG9 5NW.

Registered Charity No.1178692



Road Directions

4 Westbury Road, Buckhurst Hill IG9 5NW runs between Russel Road and Palmerstone Road off the A121 High Road.

The buildings are not wheelchair accessible.

Public Transport Directions

The nearest tube station is Buckhurst Hill on the Central Line. Upon leaving the station, walk along Palmerstone Road in the direction of the High Road and turn right into Westbury Road where Bedford House Community Association is on the left.


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An Illustrated History of Drawing (7 Mar 2020)

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