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Inspired Stillness at The Bristol Museum

3rd September, 2019 | 5:15 pm - 6:00 pm


Experience calming yoga in the unique and beautiful setting of the Old Masters’ Gallery in front of the painting St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child by Dieric Bouts the Elder, at the remarkable Bristol Museum.

Slow flowing movement, meditation and yin inspired stillness will unravel the body and mind, opening us to look and feel more deeply with this piece of art .

‘Art enables us to lose ourselves and find ourselves at the same time.’ ~ Thomas Merton.

Sessions take place on:

Tuesday 3rd September 5:15-6pm

Wednesday 4th September 5:15-6pm

St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child
For two years from 26 October 2017, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery will host the mesmerising painting St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child, on loan from The Bowes Museum.

This masterpiece of Flemish Renaissance art was painted in the workshop of Dieric Bouts the Elder in the mid-15th century. A series of events will celebrate the picture’s arrival in our Old Masters Gallery.

These classes are supported by:

Heritage Lottery Fund

Purchase tickets via Bristol Museum Website.


3rd September, 2019
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm
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Bristol museum

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