An exhibition of the travel drawings of classical scholar Edward Dodwell and Italian artist Simone Pomardi, made in Greece in the years 1805-6. At the time, French military occupation prevented travellers visiting Italy on the Grand Tour, and many chose to explore Greece instead. With watercolours and drawings on display, ranging from rural landscapes to Greek antiquities, the exhibition will examine the motivation for such travel as well as its cultural consequences.
|Venue name:||British Museum||Contact:|
44 Great Russell St
|Opening hours:||Open daily 10am–5.30pm, Friday until 8.30pm. Closed Jan 1, Dec 24–26|
|Transport:||Tube: Tottenham Court Rd/Holborn/Russell Square|
|Event phone:||020 7323 8000, bookings 08445 791940|
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