This illustrated lecture will examine and celebrate a selection of paintings by four fascinating artists born within nine years of each other.
They are Joan Baker, Ogwyn Davies, Kyffin Williams and Ernest Zobole. Collectively their artworks represent differing interpretations of modern and contemporary Wales.
Ceri Thomas is a freelance artist, art historian and curator based in south Wales.
He has exhibited at the National Assembly for Wales, the National Eisteddfod of Wales, the National Library of Wales and the National Museum Wales and elsewhere and was elected a Royal Cambrian Academician on the recommendation of Kyffin Williams.
He has researched and written books, exhibition catalogues and articles on numerous Welsh artists and has curated related exhibitions in Wales.