Tue, Nov 17|
Artists and writers of Chelsea, London
Chelsea has long been associated with artists & writers. Join us to learn what Oscar Wilde said when he saw actress Ellen Terry come for her portrait by Singer Sargent, what happened to the book of poetry buried with another artist's dead wife, and about cautionary tales of 2 different libel cases..
Time & Location
Nov 17, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM GMT
About the Event
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This ticket is for people who have credit with Art Historical London due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and the cancellation of physical lectures, or because they have paid offline. Your sale will be matched with our records, please note that if you have no credit with Art Historical London your entry to the lecture will be blocked.£0.00