The Legacy of Degas’s Art Collection
Friday 23 March, 6.30pm
The National Gallery
Sainsbury Wing Theatre
Julien Domercq, Jane Munro, Christopher Riopelle, Anna Gruetzner Robins
100 years ago, following Degas’s death, a sale of his vast private art collection became ‘the event of the season.’ A panel of experts discuss the impact this and further sales had on the collections of two galleries: the National Gallery, London and Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
£10/£9 conc./£8 Members & Patrons/£5 Students.
Please see the National Gallery website for additional details.