ON HOLD | Barnett Freedman: Designs for Modern Britain

  • Barnett Freeman, The Darts Champion, 1956, colour lithograph.jpg

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Where does art meet design?

A peer of Eric Ravilious and Edward Burra, Barnett Freedman was one of

Britains most sought-after commercial designers in the mid-20th century.

People were at the heart of Freedmans work. In mid-century Britain, his art could be seen by

anyone in their everyday life: from book jackets to posters on the London Underground

and beer advertisements in pubs. An outstanding and prolific commercial

designer, Freedman worked with clients such as Ealing Studios, London

Transport, Lyons Tea Houses and more.


14 March - 14 June


Pallant House Gallery