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The Arts & Crafts House

Type: Event

Location: Watts Gallery - Artists' Village

Entry: Paid Entry

Event Date: 22/02/2021

End Date: 29/03/2021

Six lectures £60 | Friends £54 Single Lecture £12 | Friends £10.80 Online via Zoom In 1891, G F and Mary Watts moved to Limnerslease. Designed by Sir Ernest George and built at the start of the Arts & Crafts movement, the house still features original gesso ceiling panels and fireplaces by Mary Watts. Celebrating Limnerslease in 2021, this short course introduces the British Arts & Crafts movement through key buildings, designers, collectors and inhabitants. Monday 22 February Limnerslease in its Arts & Crafts Context - Hilary Underwood (Curatorial Adviser, Watts Gallery Artists’ Village) Monday 1 March The David Parr House: An Extraordinary Arts & Crafts House - Tamsin Wimhurst (Chair of Trustees, David Parr House) Monday 8 March William Morris, Philip Webb and the Arts & Crafts Home - Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper (Writer and Curator) Monday 15 March Reclaiming her Scandalous Past: Lady Dorothy Nevill as Art Collector and Cultural Philanthropist - Dr Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth (V&A) Monday 22 March Art and craftsmanship in the Highlands - Mary Miers (Writer and former Arts Editor, Country Life) Monday 29 March C R Ashbee: From Chelsea to the Cotswolds - Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper

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