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This two-part short live stream workshop will explore how John Henry Lorimer uses windows in his works and how they add depth and structure to compositions. It will be run by artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb. In the first video Tessa will talk about his work, and in a follow -up video we will create a painted view which incorporates a window. She aims to show you how to give your paintings new viewpoints and effects based on John Henry’s work, especially through his use of light.

A View from a Window

Edwardian Family playing in a light filled room

Light Through the Window

Sunday 23 January 2022, 7:00pm

Virtual art workshop

For this two-part live stream workshop, artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb will explore of the light effects and interior views found in the work of John...

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John Henry Lorimer, Flight of the Swallows, oil on canvas, 1906. Museums & Galleries Edinburgh, City Art Centre

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