English Women and the French Revolution

Thursday 11 March 2021, 18.30 to 19.30, Online

Early in the French Revolution, English women, critical of their own society, crossed the Channel. Some remained just observers, while others became actively involved in the revolution.

Discover the fascinating stories of the women who crossed the Channel and became involved in this chapter or European history and its impact on arts and literature at home.

This lecture delivered by actor, writer and speaker Karin Fernald will be illustrated by paintings, portraits and caricatures by both French and English artists of the day.

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