ANN Jun 18, 2002

Inaugural Lecture of The Low Countries Sculpture Society (V&A,London, 7.7.02)

(V&A,London, 7.7.02)
Date:6/18/02

Inaugural Lecture of The Low Countries Sculpture
Society

Professor Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, Princeton
University, will deliver the London Inaugural
Lecture of the newly-founded Low Countries
Sculpture Society at the Victoria & Albert Museum,
on Sunday 7 July, 3 pm to 5 pm. He will speak on
Sculptors from the Low Countries : The Problem of
Transnational History.

HE Baron Bentinck van Schoonheten, Royal
Netherlands Ambassador, and HE Baron de Gruben,
Belgian Ambassador, will festively launch the
Society and introduce the speaker. Tea & cakes in
the Gamble Room at 3 pm, lecture in the Lecture
Theatre at 3.45 pm.

Please come in great numbers: this lecture will be
a memorable event! Tickets available online on
www.lowcountriessculpture.org
<http://www.lowcountriessculpture.org/> : members
7.50 euro, non-members 15 euro to include tea &
cakes. Membership from only 15 euro p.a.

A few days before, Leon Lock, University College
London and founding member of the Society, will
give a lecture in Brussels at the British Embassy,
by kind permission of HE Mr Gavin Hewitt, HM
Ambassador, on Wednesday 3 July. He will speak on
Abbeys in the Low Countries as Patrons of
Sculpture. Reception at 6 pm, lecture at 6.30 pm.
Tickets available online : free for members.

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Reference:
ANN: Inaugural Lecture of The Low Countries Sculpture Society (V&A,London, 7.7.02). In: ArtHist.net, Jun 18, 2002 (accessed Jul 1, 2022), <https://arthist.net/archive/25090>.

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