TALK & SUPPER: Henry Lamb – Painter and Polymath by Primrose Campbell
Friday 22 March 2019
Primrose Campbell outlines the turbulent life of her grandfather, the artist HenryLamb. It stretched from Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth, violently broken by two world wars. He rebelled from the world of his youth among Manchester dons, moved through bohemian pre-1914 Chelsea, Paris and the wilds of western Ireland, to settled family life in Coombe Bisset, where he lived and painted for over 30 years.
Lamb was an intimate of Lytton Strachey, of Augustus John and Stanley Spencer, and ofthe grand eccentric hostess and patroness Ottoline Morrell. As a doctor-soldier he won an MC in Macedonia and at the end of his career he was a Royal Academician.
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Tickets available at £10 and £15 to include entry into raffle to become the owner of a Henry Lamb drawing selected from the Artist’s Estate, a framed and mounted study of Valentine (the artist’s son) sleeping.
Join us for our popular Supper Club in the Mess Restaurant after Primrose’s talk. There will be a set menu devised by our events chef Ana Ortíz inspired by Middle East flavours.
Roasted beetroot, walnut dip, feta cheese & flatbread
Slow roast shoulder of lamb with rosemary and preserved lemons
Couscous, grilled aubergine, peppers, onions salad
Roasted broccoli, garlic & chilli infused oil
Harissa roasted carrots
Meringue, rhubarb & pistachio mess