Topographical Tour of Cheltenham

Topographical Tour of Cheltenham

The Old Wells and Pump Room, Cheltenham, an aquatint by Thomas Hulley, 1813.

Views of Cheltenham 1786-1850: topographical prints of a Regency town with Steven Blake.


Between 1786 and the 1850s, many hundreds of topographical prints of Cheltenham were published for sale to residents and visitors. This talk will look at a selection of them and will introduce the audience to some of the most significant artists and printmakers who created them.

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This is also available as an online event – accessed through the Zoom link supplied with your eticket purchased through Art Fund – please click the link for your webinar place

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Doors open 6.15. Talk starts at 7pm


Talk kindly sponsored by NFU Mutual (Moreton-in-Marsh)

NFU Mutual Partner of Broadway Museum
NFU Mutual Partner of Broadway Museum

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Event Details

Date: 21 November 2024

Start time: 19:00

End time: 20:00

Venue: Broadway Museum & Art Gallery