- Where Greestone Building
- When February 4, 2013 - February 8, 2013
- Time 10:00am - 4:00pm
- Price Free
- Type Art
A free public exhibition will mark the 150th anniversary of the Lincoln School of Art, bringing into view the city’s remarkable artistic legacy.
A week-long exhibition will be held at the University of Lincoln’s Greestone Building on Lindum Hill, showcasing the LSA’s 150-year timeline through a selection of artwork, ephemera and historical displays.
With William T. Warrener, who became the illustrious subject of “The Englishman at the Moulin Rouge” by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, as well as internationally renowned artists William Logsdail and George Carline, among the Lincoln School of Art’s former students, the exhibition is an opportunity for art lovers across the region to celebrate Lincoln’s wealth of artistic heritage.
To commemorate the work and progress of staff and students past and present, the Greestone Building’s exhibition will display historical photography, mapping the evolution of the LSA and its impact upon the region, and will feature the local Lucas family, which had three generations attend the School.