• Learn about the artistic heritage of Yorkshire and Lancashire, home to four of Britain’s most important 20th century artists: Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, David Hockney and L S Lowry
• See works by Henry Moore in the open air at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
• Explore Manchester Art Gallery, home to fine paintings by the Pre-Raphaelites
Suzanne Fagence Cooper,
lecturer and historian who specialises in British art history
Assemble 1430 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds, for three nights. Afternoon visit to Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery. Evening introductory lecture.
Morning: orientation walking tour of central Leeds and visit to Leeds Art Gallery followed by optional independent visit to the Henry Moore Institute (world recognised centre for the study of sculpture, with contemporary exhibitions). Afternoon excursion to Yorkshire Sculpture Park (landscaped park including work by Hepworth and Moore). Evening lecture.
Whole day excursion to Manchester: Manchester Art Gallery (featuring work by Gainsborough, the Pre-Raphaelites and Ford Madox Brown) followed by The Lowry (the largest public collection of the artist’s work in the world, including Coming from the Mill and Going to Work) and Salford Quays. Evening lecture.
Morning: Saltaire (World Heritage Site). Afternoon: Hepworth Wakefield. Tour disperses c 1700 at Leeds Station, followed by hotel.
5 Jul — 8 Jul 2021
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"Outstandingly good lecturer"
ACE customer on a previous tour with Suzanne Fagence Cooper
A good level of fitness is required for this tour, and participants should be prepared for a moderate amount of walking and standing during walking tours and gallery visits. There will be options for participants to take shorter routes on our visit to Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Cost of £995 includes: accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, breakfast, dinner with water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
Not included: travel insurance, double room for single use supplement £175.