“Thursday 11th October 2012: The Museum in the Park, Stroud, 2-3pm BST.
Run by: The Museum in the Park
Egyptian art has some of the most beautifully restrained (and some of the most outrageously flamboyant) images know to man.
This presentation looks at the portrayal of wildlife in ancient Egypt and investigates the tools, pigments and methods employed by Egyptian artists. Includes Q&A” – via BBC.
£4 (£3 Museum Friends). Booking necessary – call 01453 763394.
More information here.
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