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Type Member events
Location
National Maritime Museum
Date and Times Tuesday 6 September | 6pm-8pm | Gallery opens at 6pm, talk starts at 7pm
Prices Free | Members only

Artist Patrick Hughes, creator of 'Reverspective', has always been inspired by Venice and Canaletto’s use of perspective in his work. Hear more about this directly from the artist in conversation with Katherine Gazzard, curator of our current exhibition Canaletto’s Venice Revisited. This is also your opportunity to see Hughes’ original painting, Queen of the Adriatic (2020), alongside the exhibition in its final weeks of opening.

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Main image: Patrick Hughes, Queen of the Adriatic (2020), Oil on board construction, 76.5 x 170 x 27 cm

A painting of the Grand Canal in Venice by Canaletto. Gondolas dominate the foreground, with palaces and buildings lining the canal

Canaletto's Venice Revisited

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