This talk looks at the life and work of the greatest English architect, Sir Christopher Wren. It includes a summary of Wren's life including his education and his work as a medic, a scientist and as the leading astronomer of his day. This is followed by a review of Wren’s architectural influences and achievements.
Lecturer: Tony Tucker
All talks are held at 7.15pm
BATH ROYAL LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE, QUEEN SQUARE
Non-members are welcome at a cost of £8 and
Arts Society visiting members £5
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