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Images: © George Shaw and The Paragon Press © Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Acquired with the assistance of the Art Fund; The Hunterian, University of Glasgow 2011SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERYHot ScotsUntil 1 AprilDetails: 0131 624 6200www.nationalgalleries.orgSOUTHAMPTON CITY ART GALLERYRoland Penrose And The British SurrealistsUntil 13 MayDetails: 023 8083 3007www.southampton.gov.uk SUDLEY HOUSELIVERPOOLCostume Drama: Fashion From 1790 To 1850Until 7 MayDetails: 0151 724 3245www.liverpoolmuseums.org.ukTATE LIVERPOOLCharline von HeylUntil 27 MayDetails: 0151 702 7400www.tate.org.uk/liverpoolTATEST IVESSimon FujiwaraUntil 7 MayDetails: 01736 796226www.tate.org.ukTOWNEREASTBOURNEEast Sussex OpenUntil 29 April Details: 01323 415470www.townereastbourne.org.ukTULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERYCARLISLESecret Egypt: Unravelling Truth From Myth10 March-10 JuneDetails: 01228 618718www.tulliehouse.co.ukTURNER CONTEMPORARY MARGATETurner And The ElementsUntil 13 MayDetails: 01843 233000www.turnercontemporary.orgTHE WALKER ART GALLERYLIVERPOOLThe Living And The Dead: Paintings And Sculpture By John KirbyUntil 15 AprilDetails: 0151 478 4199www.liverpoolmuseums.org.ukWATTS GALLERY COMPTONSURREYGF Watts: The Hall of Fame Until 3 June Details: 01483 810235www.wattsgallery.org.ukWOLVERHAMPTON ART GALLERYOlympic Posters: Pop And PublicityUntil 28 April 2012Details: 01902 552055www.wolverhamptonart.org.ukThis spring Waddesdon Manor, the Rothschild house in Buckinghamshire, plays host to an exhibition by the 18th-century artist Jean-Siméon Chardin. Taking Time: Chardin's House of Cards and other paintings explores Chardin's fascination with themes of play, childhood and adolescence. With 11 paintings and 11 works on paper on display, visitors will get a real insight into Chardin's interest in learning through play. The idea for this exhibition was prompted by Waddesdon's acquisition of Boy Building a House of Cards, one of four versions of the painting that will be united for the fi rst time. The other three versions come from major international collections and are being lent by the Louvre in Paris, the National Gallery of Art in Washington and London's National Gallery. Hanging alongside them, in the appropriately intimate setting of the Red Ante-Room at Waddesdon, will be works by Chardin once owned by Louis XV's mistress, Madame de Pompadour and Catherine the Great of Russia.The theme of learning through play is a theme taken up by a companion exhibition: Playing, Learning, Flirting, French 18th- century board games, which will be shown in the Drawings Rooms at Waddesdon. Taking Time: Chardin's House of Cards and other paintings runs from 28 March - 15 July. Playing, Learning, Flirting, French 18th-century board games runs from 28 March - 28 October. For full details of both visit:www.waddesdon.org.ukPlaytime at Waddesdon ManorAbove: Lady Taking Tea by Jean-Siméon Chardin - his work will be on display at Waddesdon Manor (see right)www.nadfas.org.uk NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2012 17 WHAT'S ON

BEDS & HERTSA JOURNEY THROUGH 3,000 YEARS OF CHINA'S HISTORY Date: 14 March 2012Time: 10.00am-3.00pmVenue: Woolmer Green Village HallTutor: Anne HaworthPrice: £27 (inc. lunch)Contact: Roger Cooke, 36 High St, Ashwell, Baldock SG7 5NWThe lectures are intended to introduce Chinese culture, history and traditions of arts and crafts, such as silk, porcelain and jade, to those with a limited knowledge of the topic but who would like to develop a broad understanding.EAST SURREYBRITISH ARCHITECTURE NOW AND THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE OLYMPICSDate: 30 March 2012 Venue: Yehudi Menuhin Hall, Stoke D' Abernon, Cobham, Surrey KT11 3QQTutor: Anthea StreeterPrice: £16.50 (inc. coffee/tea)Contact: Booking forms available by sending SAE to: Ann Hollywood, 'Kames', 34 Park Road, Limpsfi eld, Oxted RH8 0AW. Email: ace@nadfaseastsurreyarea.org.uk Anthea Streeter's fi rst lecture will bring members up to date with the architectural scene in Britain today. Many of the buildings are those which have either won or been shortlisted for the annual RIBA Stirling Prize since it was inaugurated in 1996. Among the projects which have caught the Area Courses... across the country during spring 2012 and beyondpublic's imagination recently are Foster and Partners distinctive 'Gherkin', Stirling Prize winner in 2004; and the Scottish Parliament building, winner in 2005. The second lecture will look at the new structures for the Olympics designed by leading architects, such as Zaha Hadid's Aquatic Centre at Stratford's Olympic Park. This lecture sets these buildings in the context of both the architects' other works and prevailing trends in architecture today. Other modern buildings of merit which form the backdrop to the Olympic events will also be considered.ESSEXTHE ARTISTS PARADISE Date: 15 May 2012Time: 10.30am-3.30pmVenue: Foakes Memorial Hall, Great Dunmow CM6 1DG Tutor: Celia FisherPrice: £25 (inc. coffee & lunch)Contact: SAE please to David Hattersley, 22 Malvern Drive, Woodford Green, Essex IG8 0JW E-mail: davidhattersley@aol.com The word paradise comes from a Persian word for garden, and garden settings have attracted artists since ancient Egyptian and Roman times, often combining a sense of earthly pleasures with more spiritual themes. Through the ages these images and ideas can be explored not only in Western paintings such as Botticelli's Primavera, but in tapestries, oriental rugs and Islamic miniatures. During the 17th century idealised gardens appeared in the backgrounds of portraits, and the landscape garden movement began. Finally, Impressionist and modern paintings created colourful and more personal garden spaces. All this will be explored during the morning sessions while the afternoon will concentrate on the history of a specifi c and well-known garden - the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.GREATER LONDONPlease contact the Study Course Organiser (SCO) to book on the relevant course. Please send a cheque made out to Greater London Area NADFAS (unless otherwise specifi ed) and send an SAE to the SCO of each course. Refunds are only given in exceptional circumstances, unless there is a waiting list. Tickets can be sold on by the member concerned.Above: Re-evaluating the career of Johan Zoffany (Greater London)Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection 18 NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2012 www.nadfas.org.ukDANCE IN ARTDate: 10 March 2012Time: 10.00am-2.45pmVenue: Vera Fletcher Hall, 4 Embercourt Road, Thames Ditton, KT7 0LGTutors: Sian Walters and Darren RoystonPrice: £32 (inc. coffee). Please bring own lunch Contact: Ruth Cane, 10 Ewell Road, Long Ditton Surrey, Surrey KT6 5LE. Tel: 020 9398 4730. Cheques made payable to Kingston Decorative and Fine Arts society. Enclose SAE.Art Historian Sian Walters and Dance Historian Darren Royston will look at how dance and movement have been represented in art through the ages. Professional dancers in historical costume will take you back to the courts of Tudor England, Phillip lV of Spain and Louis XlV, and give a valuable insight into the lives and pastimes of men and women from Renaissance Italy to the age of the Impressionists. They will also discuss the development of ballet and how it evolved into the techniques shown in the painting of Degas.EDUCATION: COURSES