To link with the present exhibition at Tate Britain, the Friends of PSAD have organised an on-line (Zoom) lecture back on 11th June on the work of Paula Rego, by art historian, Linda Smith, who has a wealth of knowledge, and a special interest in British art, and the art of the twentieth century.
This lecture was free and exclusively for Friends of PSAD.
Tate Britain has mounted a large, career-spanning retrospective of the paintings, prints and drawings of Paula Rego (born 1935), a British artist of Portuguese origin best known for her depictions of folk tales and strikingly unusual images of women.
Opening times: Monday to Sunday 10.00–18.00. Timed tickets are required for all visitors.