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hay wainThe life and times of two of Britain’s most famous artists will be revealed in a talk at Chatham Library, Chatham Community Hub next week. (Sept 5)

‘The Essential English Landscape’ highlights the importance of Turner and Constable in the history of the country’s art.

Martin Heard is one of Kent’s most popular speakers on art and brings to life the role of both painters.

J.M.W (John Mallord William) Turner went to the Royal Academy at the age of 14 and held his first exhibition there at the age of 15. He quickly became one of England’s foremost Romantic artists and almost single handedly established the country’s reputation for landscape and maritime art . He is known throughout the world for his links to Kent and for the influence the county had on his art.

John Constable was a contemporary and rival of Turner’s but during his lifetime did not achieve the same popularity in England, although his work was much in demand in France. However after his death his landcapes achieved wider acclaim at home.

The talk takes place at Chatham Library, Chatham Community Hub on Thursday September 5th at 7.30pm. Entry is free but booking is essential. Places can be reserved by ringing 01634 337799

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The Russian Artists return to the Galleries for our Summer Exhibition. From sensitive and enigmatic to iconically quirky, the excitingly diverse range of paintings lift the soul and excite the senses.

The Artists of Russia exhibition runs from 21st June to 3rd August 2013. Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 5.30pm with a special Sunday opening on 23rd June 11am to 4pm
104 High Street, Rochester ME1 1LX 01634 843081

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