Our very own Brynmor Jones Library is lucky enough to be hosting the artistic works of some of the world’s most most prominent masters as part of the Hull City of Culture schedule. How about that for something to do on campus during your lunch break?!
Described as ‘the greatest gathering of artistic talent ever seen in Hull‘, the exhibition Lines of Thought by the British Museum Partnership Tour, includes drawings from the likes of Michelangelo, Matisse, Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci, Monet and many more.
The collection of constructive sketches and pencil illustrations spans over 500 years and aims to uncover the genius behind the process and practice of drawing.
Lines of Thought is free to attend and is open right now until 28 February at the Brynmor Jones Library. Occasionally the exhibition will be closed to allow for educational sessions, so it is always worth checking culturenet.co.uk or hull2017.co.uk for further details and opening times.
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