“Why have there been no great women artists?
Or have there?…
Women have been involved in artistic creation ever since the origins of Western art, whether as subject or as artists themselves. Yet, it is undeniable that their contribution has been, if not ignored, at least vastly underestimated: even now, the Pantheon of the greatest geniuses in art history seems to be an all-male affair.
Philippe Géhin will look at the extent of this bias and the reasons behind it, first examining the representation of women in art, and then looking at a few mostly forgotten female artists prior to the 20th century.”
Do come and give your views over a convivial glass of wine / cup of coffee and among people of a like mind.
How to find us:
The Orchard Café is part of the new housing development on Singapore Road, running behind the high street in West Ealing, at the opposite end of Singapore Road to Ealing Magistrates Court and opposite the mosque. Slightly to the left at the T Junction between Brownlow Rd and Singapore Rd
use Eccleston Road in your sat nav – Singapore Road is off it.
By public transport:
Nearest train station is West Ealing;
Nearest underground station Northfields (Piccadilly line);
Buses 83, 207, 427 & Express 607 – bus stop West Ealing Broadway / E3,E8 – bus stop Melbourne Avenue.
Walk up Brownlow Road between Stacks and Finish Line to the Orchard Café.