Edward Burne-Jones Exhibition     

Tuesday 12 February

Tate Britain, London

Borne in 1833 Edward Burne-Jones rejected the industrial world of the Victorians, looking instead for inspiration from medieval art, religion, myths and legends.  He made spectacular works depicting Arthurian knights, classical heroes and Biblical angels - working across painting, stained-glass, embroidery, jewellery   and more. With his friend, William Morris, he was a pioneer of the Arts and Crafts Movement which aimed to bring beautiful designs to everyone.  This exhibition - his first solo show at Tate Britain since 1933 - charts Burne-Jones’ rise from an outsider with little formal art training to one of the most influential artists  of the late 19th century.

This will be of special interest to those who came with us to see Kelmscott Manor & Buscot Park

 

£68 pp
 

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£64.60 pp

   

 

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