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Holburne Museum Bath
Art Fund members receive a £7.50 discount. Please deduct this when booking and remember your Art Fund Pass on the day.
Auguste Rodin and Edward Degas , Impressionist Sculpture.
The exhibition brings together work by Degas and Rodin and focuses on the artists’ representation of the human body. All the works in the exhibition will be in bronze. The exhibition opens on 24/09/22 so we will be visiting at the beginning of its run.
Also on in Bath:
Mary Fedden: Simple Pleasures at the Victoria Art Gallery.
This exhibition features 110 works on paper covering all periods of her career. It is difficult to arrange a group tour of this exhibition so I recommend you purchase tickets online for a time that suits you.
The gallery is open from 10:30 – 5 p.m.
Expressions of interest please.
A visit to the Sidney Nolan Trust, Presteigne, Powys. www.sidneynolantrust.org
Sidney Nolan was a leading twentieth-century Australian artist. He is perhaps best known for his Ned Kelly paintings. His life story is dramatic, with many twists and turns. He moved to England in the 1950’s and had a home at the Rodd in Presteigne. This became the Sidney Nolan Trust which looks after the estate and has a programme of exhibitions and workshops. A visit here allows one to combine interests in architecture by taking a guided tour of the Jacobean House and surrounding garden and taking in the current exhibitions in the Tithe Barn and seeing some of Nolan’s work.