|Kevin, like me has hardly changed|
in 50 years
A good talk kicked off providing the information to the exhibition we would visit later this took in 'Nationhood' along with the opportunity that developments in paints and practice which made Plein air painting possible first in Europe but then later around the world.
Nice to have a small exhibition rather that a 'blockbuster' and at a 'negotiated' £5.50 it offered decent enough value - afterwards we also looked at some other 'impressionist' works like Turner's Rain,Speed and Steam (that shorthand in works on canvas for modernity and industrialisation).
|Really Good- And it's a thumbs up from me for the new|
Fourth Plinth work outside London's National Gallery
|Month one over and £43.16 pence|
DoorsThe end of the first month and it's been more of a challenge than I expected - I'll review and consider a little tomorrow.
|A first the 'rise'|
|Number 31 signals the end of January|