A day out inspired by Augustus John and the landscape of the New Forest with art historian Paul Chapman and landscape historian Hadrian Cook. The day begins at Fordingbridge to visit the statue of Augustus John, followed by an exclusive opportunity to view the outside of his former studio at Fryern Court, built in 1933 by architect Christopher Nicholson.
The afternoon will feature a two mile walk in the landscape surrounding Abbots Well at Frogham, in the New Forest. For full details of the day, please click here
Bring stout shoes, clothes suitable for all weathers, and packed lunch. (Please note this outing is not suitable for those with walking difficulties). Own transport essential.
Places limited to 20
Meet and park at Fordingbridge Car Park (off Salisbury Street, Fordingbridge)