For the final lunchtime talk at Adam Art Gallery, Waiheke-based art historian Elizabeth Eastmond addresses one of Hodgkins' last paintings produced during WWII, prior to her death in Dorchester in 1947.

Eastmond taught art history for many years at the University of Auckland, where amongst other courses she co-founded (with Cheryll Sotheran) "Women in Art", the first paper in New Zealand to bring a feminist perspective to the discipline of art history.


  • Free


  • Thu 05 Nov


  • 12:00 pm


  • Victoria University of Wellington
  • Gate 3, Kelburn Parade
  • Wellington 6012