Previous Exhibitions - Pallant House Gallery

The Wonderful Fund: Art for the New Millennium
(7 October 2006 - 7 January 2007)
A collection of international visual art by more than 64 artists including Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk, Julian Opie and Tracey Emin.

Art for the Classroom: School Prints 1946-49 (9 January - 25 March 2007)
The School Prints, published in the 1940s, were a remarkable series of colour lithographs, editioned in large numbers and sold at a low cost to schools throughout the UK. The prints enabled school children to encounter original works of art, by leading British and European artists, in their own classrooms. Artists included Hans Feibusch, L.S. Lowry, Henry Moore, John Nash, Julian Trevelyan, John Tunnard, Georges Braque, Raoul Dufy, Fernand Léger, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. This exhibition in the Prints Room at the Gallery showcases a fascinating selection of these unique prints.

William Roberts: England at Play
(20 January - 18 March 2007) An exhibition focusing on Robert's concern with the leisure pursuits of the English working class.

Bomberg and the Borough Group (27 January – 1 April 2007)
An exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of David Bomberg’s death in 1957. It showcases an intriguing selection works by the artist, who was one of the most significant figures in British art, including paintings from the Gallery’s own holdings, including ‘Ronda Bridge’ (1924) and ‘Last Self-Portrait’ (1956), together with works by some of the artists Bomberg taught whilst at the Borough Polytechnic in London, such as Dennis Creffield and Leslie Marr.

Poets in the Landscape: The Romantic Spirit in British Art(31 March - 10 June 2007)
An exhibition exploring the creative links between poetry, the pastoral vision and British art in the work of Romantic and Neo-Romantic artists.

Modern British Art: The First 100 Years (ongoing)
The inaugural exhibition for the re-opening of the Gallery, this ongoing exhibiiton is based on the outstanding permanent collections at the Gallery. It provids a chronological survey of British art in the 20th century.


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