Thursday 22 February 2018
The work of S.J. Peploe and J.D. Fergusson was seen in Edinburgh and London in the decade leading up to World War 1, but Hunter and Cadell were less well known.
The Scottish Colourists were bold pioneers in the field of rich colour and exuberant brushwork.
The strong light and bright colour they discovered in France was easily harnessed to their favourite places, people, interiors and still life in Scotland.
Alice has lectured for Oxford University Department of Continuing Education since 1998. She lectures regularly at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, and at the Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock. Her busy freelance career includes organising History of Art study days with colleagues, and regular weekly classes in Oxfordshire and Worcestershire. She is a tutor on study holidays and in 2004 she joined The Arts Society and has lectured in Britain and in Europe. She was elected President of Banbury Fine Arts Society in 2010.