Online Lecture: William Wrighte's Grotesque Architecture of 1767
Tuesday 23 November - Dr Rosemary Yallop
This talk will use architect William Wrighte’s Grotesque Architecture, or Rural Amusement, first published in 1767, to explore the diverse concepts which underlay garden fabrick designs of the period, which incorporated materials such as tree roots, shells and animal bones.
Joining details for the online lecture will be sent to ticket holders the day before the event. 
Georgian Group members are eligible for a discounted ticket rate by using the code GGMEMBER at the checkout.