Does contemporary portraiture fulfil the same role that Renaissance portraiture once played in society? Jonathan Yeo joins the RA’s Tim Marlow to discuss why portraiture still matters.
Friday 14 November 2014
6.30 — 7.30pm
Reynolds Room, Burlington House
In conjunction with the Royal Academy's exhibition of the portraits of Giovanni Battista Moroni (25 October — 25 January)
In November 2014, to coincide with Jonathan Yeo Portraits at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle, we are pleased to announce a special limited edition print that has been made specially for this exhibition.
Shebah, a portrait study of Jonathan’s wife, will be available as an edition of 100.
This is an archival pigment print on Hahnemule Photo Rag Ultrasmooth paper (32cm x 26.5cm).
Those editions sold at the Laing Art Gallery will be raising money for institution itself.
To be the first to know more about the release of this new edition, and further print editions by Jonathan Yeo, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonathan Yeo Studio and The National Portrait Gallery are delighted to announce the next stage of the national tour of the acclaimed exhibition "Jonathan Yeo Portraits". The retrospective of Yeo's work will go on display at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle from November 2014 to February 2015.