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Benjamin Williams Leader: Blest by the Suns of Home

  • 22nd Apr 2018
  • Time: 10:30 - 16:30
  • Location: City Art Gallery and Museum
  • Cost: FREE entry

Benjamin Williams Leader, Worcestershire's greatest artist became an international success with his paintings of the idyllic English landscape.

During World War One, these images took on a new emotional appeal with connotations of a landscape worth fighting for. The exhibition brings together Leader's beautiful paintings from the Worcester City Collection with loans from both private and national collections, including a work from the Royal Collection purchased in 1914 by King George V. In contrast it also explores poignant imagery of the ruined landscapes of France and Belgium after the War.

This exhibition is open Monday - Saturday, 10.30am - 4.30pm from Saturday 17th Feburary until Saturday 2nd June.

Heritage Lottery Fund
Lottery FundedWorcestershire World War 100

Please note that Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum is closed Sundays.

Happening Today, 22nd Apr 2018

Benjamin Williams Leader: Blest by the Suns of Home

Location: City Art Gallery and Museum

Time: 10:30 - 16:30

Cost: FREE entry

Benjamin Williams Leader, Worcestershire's greatest artist became an international success with his paintings of the idyllic English landscape.

During World War One, these images took on a new emotional appeal with connotations of a landscape worth fighting for. The exhibition brings together Leader's beautiful paintings from the Worcester City Collection with loans from both private and national collections, including a work from the Royal Collection purchased in 1914 by King George V. In contrast it also explores poignant imagery of the ruined landscapes of France and Belgium after the War.

This exhibition is open Monday - Saturday, 10.30am - 4.30pm from Saturday 17th Feburary until Saturday 2nd June.

Heritage Lottery Fund
Lottery FundedWorcestershire World War 100

Please note that Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum is closed Sundays.

Hartlebury Castle’s History as a WWI Voluntary Aid Detachment Hospital: 'A Happy Convalescence'

Location: County Museum at Hartlebury

Time: 10:00 - 17:00

Cost: Adult-£9, Concession-£8, Child-£5, Family Ticket-£25 & under fives are free

Stories of fun, friendship and romance that offered a brief respite from the front lines for injured soldiers sent to recover at Hartlebury Castle Hospital.

The exhibition will feature real objects from the trenches, including gas masks, cigarettes and even a surgeon's kit used at the front. The exhibition has been curated from Museum Worcestershire’s collection along with loans from George Marshall Medical Museum, The Mercian Regiment Museum and from local people.

A Happy Convalescence, is part of the Worcestershire World War One Hundred project.

Find out more

The County Museum at Hartlebury closes Mondays.

Please visit the County Museum at Hartlebury page for opening information

Spring Craft Case 2018

Location: City Art Gallery and Museum

Time: 10:30 - 16:30

Cost: Free

Out of the kiln Sarah & Chris Greening, a husband and wife creative duo showcase their work in the Spring Craftcase show 2018.

Sarah Greening unique range of glass fused contemporary jewellery brings out beautiful colours and shapes. With clever chemistry techniques she creates amazing bubbles captured inside the glass. 

Chris Greening range of hand crafted functional pottery that aims to make cooking, eating or drinking experience a more enjoyable one! He combines a rustic stylish look with complimentary colours and patterns making each piece unique.

The War to End All Wars

Location: City Art Gallery and Museum

Time: 10:30 - 16:30

Cost: FREE entry

Using artefacts from the Museums Worcestershire and partner collections, this exhibition will explore how our future was changed for ever by the First World War.

WW1's legacy was a wide impact on life in the C20th, making changes in class structure, politics, fashion, food production as well as our national defence.

Please note that Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum is closed Sundays.

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