The Arts Society Corinium Talk.
The rounded arch was a fundamental element of Roman architecture, and as the triumphal arch represented power and triumph. Antony Buxton will explain its adoption in architecture during the Renaissance, continued use in the eighteenth century and how it might be considered one of the iconic objects of Western art.
Members: Free entry, Visitors: £7.00. Refreshments from 6.45pm. Talk starts at 7.30pm
In collaboration with Steppes Travel.