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The Call of the Wild: Wild Flowers in Gardens and Art, The Broadway Connection

Activity: Conference participationParticipation in conference

10/06/2012

A one day conference as part of the Broadway Arts Festival, in which a botanist, horticulturist and art historian analysed the links between and among John Ruskin (artist/art critic/garden maker etc), William Robinson (garden maker) and artists of the Broadway Group (Sargent, Parsons, etc.) in the use of wild flowers and wild flower images in the creation of gardens and paintings. David Ingram organised, chaired and lectured at the conference.

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EventConference
TitleThe Call of the Wild: Wild Flowers in Gardens and Art, The Broadway Connection
Date10/06/1210/06/12
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBroadway, worcestershire
Degree of recognitionNational event