The Art of 1935 explores that year’s many aspects of decorative and fine art, demonstrating how these forms reflected the period in a fitting and cohesive manner. The lecture examines the range of contemporaneous art forms,
including the work of Cecil Beaton, magazine, poster and Penguin paperback book design, architecture, Silver Jubilee memorabilia, commemorative stamps, locomotive design and fashion and includes a study of works by the Polish-
born artist Tamara de Lempicka. Pamela Campbell-Johnson, M.A. Hons Art History, St. Andrews, specialises in British Domestic Architecture and Modern British Art.
Lectures are held in the Helmsley Arts Centre auditorium at 7.30 pm
Annual membership costs £50 for nine lectures.
Visitors are welcome and are asked to make a suggested donation of £10.
For more information please contact Felicity Hurst on 01653 628912 or
Presented by The Arts Society Helmsley