A lunchtime talk on Wednesday 14 November by Bill Perry.
The Museum holds an extensive art collection, but little of it can be displayed. Come along and find out about some of the 8,000 plus prints and
paintings in our collection. All the works are of Wiltshire places and
scenes dating from the 17th century, many of which no longer exist.
This lecture, by the former Chairman of the Society, will discuss
and illustrate as many of the important and interesting pictures in the
collection as there is time for.
Lunchtime talks start at 1.10pm and last approx. 45 minutes.
Bring your lunch - we will provide tea/coffee.
Our Lecture Hall is accessible via a lift if required, has a hearing loop and air conditioning.
Booking is not required - just come along
£4 (£3 WANHS members)