Charles Rogers and the Cottonian Collection (cancelled)
  • Lower Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre.

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We regret that this event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances - page updated 16 March 2015.

Making the Modern

Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery’s remarkable and extensive Cottonian Collection is designated for its pre-eminent importance.

In this evening’s lecture Michael Liversidge will explore the life of Charles Rogers (1711 to 1784), the major contributor to the Cottonian Collection, and in particular focus on the extraordinary collection of drawings he assembled during the later part of 18th century.

Michael Liversidge is Emeritus Dean, Faculty of Arts at Bristol University. Widely published, he specialises in British art from the Renaissance to the early-20th century.

Lower Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre.

Wednesday 18 March | 13:15 (Please note change to published time, this event now starts at 13:15 not 13:00)

Tickets £6.60 Concessions £4.50 Free to Friends of Peninsula Arts and members of the Historical Association

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