Missed the Exhibition? Watch it online!
Missed the Exhibition?
Watch it online
Turner’s House Trust reluctantly had to close the house and the Turner and the Thames exhibition in late March in response to Government guidelines regarding the Coronavirus epidemic. We are very sorry for any disappointment caused by our closure.
We have created this video so that you can see the first Turner oil sketches to be exhibited in the house that Turner designed and lived in.
We hope you enjoy it.
The exhibition is made possible through:
The Ferryman Project: Sharing Works of Art is part of the Ferryman Partnership Programme inspired by the recent acquisition of William Stott of Oldham’s Le Passeur (The Ferryman) 1881 for Tate’s National Collection of British Art. It is supported by National Lottery players through The National Lottery Heritage Fund, the John Ellerman Foundation and Art Fund.
Turner’s House Trust is also grateful to two local sponsors.
- Founded in the arts, Gentle Mathias Solicitors are proud to sponsor the Turner and the ThamesGentle Mathias is a niche law practice, with offices in Central London and partners resident in Richmond, providing a range of specialist services tailored to meet the needs of their clients gentlemathias.com/.
- Cantell & Co, a bespoke Sales & Lettings agency, based in Richmond, have also supported the exhibition. Their passion for people and property is reflected in their results – Rated No1 Estate Agent branch in Great Britain 2019 Sales & Lettings – Best Estate Agent Guide, Supported by Rightmove com/.