A celebration of Sussex Art

A celebration of Sussex Art

We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with the iconic Pallant House Gallery on their Sussex Landscape: Chalk, Wood and Water exhibition which runs until 23rd April.

Some of the Highlights of the Exhibition include:

Joseph Mallord William Turner, Chichester Canal (c.1828)  Joseph Mallord William Turner, Chichester Canal (c.1828), Oil on canvas, Tate, Accepted by the nation as a part of the Turner Bequest 1856, © Tate

Joseph Mallord William Turner, Chichester Canal (c.1828)

Joseph Mallord William Turner, Chichester Canal (c.1828), Oil on canvas, Tate, Accepted by the nation as a part of the Turner Bequest 1856, © Tate

Simon Roberts, We English 13, Devil's Dyke, South Downs, East Sussex (2008)  2008, Photographic print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, Pallant Hosue Gallery, Chichester (Purchased by Pallant House Gallery with support from Mrs Jean Symons and an Anonymous Donor, 2011) © Simon Roberts

Simon Roberts, We English 13, Devil's Dyke, South Downs, East Sussex (2008)

2008, Photographic print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, Pallant Hosue Gallery, Chichester (Purchased by Pallant House Gallery with support from Mrs Jean Symons and an Anonymous Donor, 2011) © Simon Roberts

 John Constable, Seascape Study: Brighton Beach looking west, 1824-28  John Constable, Seascape Study: Brighton Beach looking west, 1824-28, Oil on paper laid on canvas, Lent by the Royal Academy of Arts, London, © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: John Hammond

John Constable, Seascape Study: Brighton Beach looking west, 1824-28

John Constable, Seascape Study: Brighton Beach looking west, 1824-28, Oil on paper laid on canvas, Lent by the Royal Academy of Arts, London, © Royal Academy of Arts, London; photographer: John Hammond

The Exhibition is getting raves reviews and is a must see.

To Book tickets, visit this link.

 

 

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