21 November 2013
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
39 Brook Street, London, W1K 4JE
Join Charles Hind, Chief Curator, RIBA Library, for a lecture on the work of the late 18th century architect James Wyatt. The talk explores the Wyatt's work and family architectural legacy; including an extensive remodel of Windsor Castle for George III, and other significant commissions including Fonthill Abbey, Goodwood House, Heaton Hall and Castle Coole.
The lecture accompanies an exhibition on James Wyatt (19 November – 6 December) marking the bicentenary of the architect defined as a master of space, form and composition. Take the chance to view a selection of pieces, not currently on public view elsewhere, together with other items designed for Heveningham Hall, Wyatt’s original working drawings and one of his spectacular architectural models.
In association with The Georgian Group.
£20 including a pre-lecture glass of wine
Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler