The Great Chamber contrasted with the private painted rooms of the 17th Century

The Great Chamber contrasted with the private painted rooms of the 17th Century
 
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The Great Chamber at Charterhouse has a split identity – a grand private room in the sixteenth century, a seat of power for the governors of a new charity from the seventeenth century onwards and a heritage landmark in the twentieth and twenty-first century.

In this online lecture, curator, and arts and museums consultant Mireille Galinou proposes to re-position the Great Chamber by juxtaposing it to painted rooms of the seventeenth century.

You are invited to a private tour of several of these painted rooms – in Berkshire (Sir John Kedemister Library), in Derbyshire (Hardwick Hall & Bolsover Castle), Northamptonshire (Canons Ashby), Wiltshire (Wilton House), and finally London (Carshalton & Botolph Lane). Which identity will prevail?


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2021-10-28 19:00 2021-10-28 19:00 Europe/London The Great Chamber contrasted with the private painted rooms of the 17th Century In this online lecture, curator & arts consultant Mireille Galinou contrasts the Charterhouse Great Chamber with 17th century private painted rooms https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2021/10/28/the-great-chamber-contrasted-with-the-private-painted-rooms-of-the-17th-century-270943 ,,,

This is an online video event, please check the organiser for details about how to watch.

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