Kunstmuseum Lucerne (opposite to the train station)
GPS: 47.050447, 8.31212
J.M.W. Turner, the world famous English painter, travelled around Switzerland several times in search of spectacular motifs. While doing so, he visited Lucerne repeatedly to study the unique interplay of light and weather, lake and mountains there. He captured his impressions in sketches and vibrant watercolours.
These observations and depictions both of the sea, during his crossing to the continent, and of the alps were of major importance for Turner, in them the beauty and dangers of nature combine directly with the theme of the sublime, which was of fundamental significance for Romanticism.
Self Paying Event
As many of you have a train or museum pass this will be a self-paying event.
We will be having lunch at the museum, this will be booked in advance.
Members from Ticino and Grisons Region
8.43 train from Lugano to Luzern, returning on 16.18 train arriving 18.18
Meet on platform main train station in Lugano with your return ticket.
Please send the application to Angela Meier-Jones, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 079-322-4452
Before 15 September 2019, or as soon as possible to enable us to finalise the arrangements.