England Observed - the life and work of renowned photographer John Gay

Last edited by Thame Museum on 6 April 2021

Venue, Timing and Cost

Thursday, 15 April 2021
£7 / £5 members

This talk, part of Thame Museum's programme of online talks, will be given by Andrew Sargent. For much of his career Andrew worked for the National Monuments Record, which includes an important national collection of historic photographs, including the substantial collection of John Gay.. John Gay (1909-1999) was a German emigre who made an immense contribution to British culture and academic life in the 40s, 50s and 60s, but has been largely overlooked by posterity. Andrew has set about to establish John Gay's rightful place in photographic history.

Tickets for the talk can be bought via Thame Museum's online shop. Visit www.thamemuseum.org and follow the link to the shop and the online talks.

Further Information

Contact Details: 

Yvonne Maxwell Publicity Manager, Thame Museum. Publicity@thamemuseum.org
Visit the museum website: www.thamemuseum.org and follow the link to the online shop and tickets for the online talks.

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