This event is organised by the British School at Athens
Artist and adventurer John Craxton (1922-2009) said that life was more important than art – while pouring his sociable existence into ravishing and exhilarating pictures. When finally escaping to Greece after the war he never looked back – celebrating the light, landscapes, heat, food and the people of his adopted homeland in glittering colourist paintings which reworked Cubism and paid homage to both Greek mythology and Byzantine art.
Ian Collins Friend and biographer of John Craxton
£15 (voluntary donation)
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