Dr.Jonathan Foyle, Architect and Archaeologist, will present the Society’s Annual Lecture on
England’s Lost Renaissance: Italian Influences on Court Architecture. c 1500-1530
Friday 4th June 2010. The Menuhin Hall.
Reception 6.45pm. Lecture commences 7.45pm
Doors open at 6.30pm, the reception commences from 6.45pm and the lecture begins at 7.45pm.
Further details and booking are available from The Box Office, The Menuhin Hall, The Yehudi Menuhin School, Stoke D’Abernon, Surrey KT11 3QQ. Tel: 08700 842020 or
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or website: http://www.menuhinhall.info/
Dr. Jonathan Foyle, formerly Curator of Historic Buildings at Historic Royal Palaces, is currently
Chief Executive of World Monuments Fund Britain. His thesis on Cardinal Wolsey’s Hampton
Court led to a British Academy award to research continental influences on early 16th century Britain.
He has lectured widely in the UK, Europe and the US and his television career has included BBC1’s The One Show, History Channel’s ‘Lost Worlds’ series, and in 2009 he presented a documentary on Henry VIII: Patron and Plunderer which explored the king’s use of the arts.