Library Shelf Location 18.HODG
Publication Date 1994
Abstract In 1911, following the success of the International Exhibition, the mayor of Rome and the British Ambassador decided to secure the British pavilion for future purposes. Their instinct was that this should be a school for the arts as well as the humanities. So, effectively, was born the British School at Rome in the Valee Giulia - a unique combination of activities which thrives today.
Quantity 1
Pages 53
Author Richard Hodges
Format Paperback
Publisher British Council
Related Artists Neil Gall, Maria Chevska, Roger Kite, Jane Langley, Helen MacAlister, Roddy Thomson, Karen Guthrie
Categories Installation, Painting, Photography
Language English

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