2.00pm - 3.00pm
Ravilious has been described as the greatest English watercolourist of the 20th century. This talk looks at his work and that of some of his contemporaries working on the Home Front in the Second World War.
Our Talks are held in Fittleworth Village Hall on the first Tuesday of each month at 2.00pm, except where noted otherwise, and are followed by tea & coffee. Doors open at 1.40 pm.
Visitors are most welcome to attend at a nominal fee of £5 a time.