Lecture on French Artists in Rome in the 18th-century [fr]

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Jacques-Louis David, Saint-Jérôme 1779. Collection de la Fabrique Notre-Dame de Québec, en dépôt au Musée de la civilisation, Québec. Photo © MBAC

The National Gallery of Canada is delighted to welcome Françoise Joulie, Special Assistant of Prints and Drawings at the Musée du Louvre, Paris, who will give a special lecture on French Artists in Rome in the 18th-century.

Focusing on life at the Academy of France in Rome, the lecture is on Thursday 3 November at 6 pm, in French with simultaneous English interpretation. Annual Kathleen M. Fenwick Memorial Lecture.

This event is part of the exhibitionDrawn to Art: French Artists and Art Lovers in 18th-Century Rome. It is on view until 2 January and is organized by the National Gallery of Canada in collaboration with the Musée des beaux-arts de Caen (France).

Thursday 3 November at 6 pm
National Gallery of Canada Auditorium
380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa

Lecture tickets available at 613-998-8888
$5 Adults | $4 Seniors/Students | $3 Members

Also of note
Friday 4 November at 12:15 (in English)

    • Commented tour with exhibition curator Sonia Couturier
      Free with exhibition ticket.

Last modified on 21/07/2016

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