A place of art for 200 years - Royal Birmingham Society of Artists

For the last 200 years the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) has provided the showcases for local artists whose works tell the story of art in Birmingham over eight generations.

Art historian Dr Sally Hoban and curator, Brendan Flynn, select and discuss some of these works.

KEYWORDS: Art, Birmingham, Birmingham Society of Artists, RBSA, Birmingham School of Art, Sally Hoban

In Art, Birmingham,

Featuring:

Dr Sally Hoban, Brendan Flynn, Robert Neil, Robert Perry,

Thanks to:

Birmingham Society of the Artists, Birmingham Essay Office, Birmingham Museums Trust, Toye, Kenning & Spenser Ltd

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