Organised by Tate Britain, Paul Nash, the official war artist in both the First and Second World Wars, is one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century and a key figure of Modern Art in Britain.
EAST ANGLIAN EVENTS
Two major exhibitions mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution; contrasting art, life and culture in Russia before and after the 1917 Revolution.
The exhibition will focus on aspects of Rembrandt’s uses of light and shade. Perhaps the most revered artist of the European tradition, Rembrandt was a supreme communicator and this exhibition will highlight the extraordinary collection of 93 etchings by him held by the castle, combined with a select group of related oil paintings and drawings on loan.
2017 will see the fifth Lavenham Literary Festival, one of the highlights in this year’s schedule will be the return of Tracy Borman, speaking about her latest book, ‘The Private Lives of the Tudors’.
The tremendously popular Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is returningon Thursday 23rd November until Sunday 26th November 2016. The Fayre will feature over 300 stalls selling a variety of gifts, crafts, food, seasonal produce extend from the historic Angel Hill and Abbey Gardens to the modern Arc shopping Centre and The Apex.