Afternoon Tea and Guided Tours of Goodwood House are open most Sundays and Mondays, from 3rd March until 28th October 2019, between 1pm – 4. 30pm (last entry 4pm). – £25 per person. NEW for 2019, Goodwood House is open for Afternoon Tea between 11th -14th February and 17th –. . .
In 1910 the art critic Roger Fry introduced the work of Cézanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Matisse and Picasso to an unaware British audience. He coined the term ‘post-impressionism’ for his landmark exhibition on European modern art, which later became known as the ‘Art Quake of 1910’. In this exhibition drawn. . .
Nick Goss (b. 1981) reimagines his home city of London, transforming the cityscape and its interior spaces to explore themes of displacement, natural disaster and the psychology of place. In this exhibition of 12 of Goss’s large-scale narrative paintings, he combines observations of everyday life in his South London urban. . .
A look at humanity through the eyes of a female collector. A collection of works on paper bequest by Elizabeth Mary Parker (née Burney), a criminal psychologist who was inspired to gift her collection to the gallery after attending a tour. Includes etchings by Samuel Palmer, Camille Pissarro and Käthe. . .
Reel Life in the Ancient World. This exciting exhibition revisits one of the most popular periods of history, Ancient Rome, for an entirely new take on one of the world’s great civilisations. The Roman era has inspired storytellers from William Shakespeare to Stanley Kubrick. This exhibition brings together an outstanding. . .
The Parhelion Group is a collective of seven outdoor photographers based within the North and South Downs. Each photographer has his or her area of expertise, making for an interesting and diverse range of work ranging from wildlife photography through macro, landscape and coastal photography. The group is committed to. . .
Jenny Wightwick, Eve Chalcraft and Carol Wagstaff. The term ‘Artistic Licence’ is often used to describe the distortion of a fact, word, place, or Art. Hence permission given, for these three Sussex based artists to collaborate on this project, each preferring to step outside the boundaries of prescriptive visual work. . .
An exhibition focusing on the structure of trees and the way light shapes them. Tom Boulton attended Manchester School of Art and graduated with a BA Hons. in Illustration. He worked in London as a magazine and book illustrator until 2007 when he relocated to Cornwall for threeyears, selling original. . .