In Relation: Nine Couples who Transformed Modern British Art

Image Credit: 'The Day's End' - Ernest Procter

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Saturday 16 June 2018 – Sunday 09 September 2018
Opening Hours: 10am-5.30pm
Admission Fee: Adults: £6.95 (includes a 70p donation), Concessions: £4.95 (includes a 50p donation), Under 16s/SGS, UoB & UWE students: FREE, National Art Pass holders: 50% discount on ticket price 6. https://shop.rwa.org.uk/collections/art-exhibitions/products/in-

Tour

In Relation Exhibition Gallery Tour
7 August, 12pm - 12:45pm
Free with exhibition ticket

What happens when love and art collide? 

In Relation brings together the work of nine artist couples who made an indelible mark on British art. In this diverse exhibition of historic works, we consider how these iconic romantic partnerships inspired experimentation and collaboration, and radically altered the course of each artist’s creative life. 

Featuring major loans and works from RWA’s permanent collection, In Relation includes some of Britain’s most influential artist couples, including Laura and Harold Knight; Dod and Ernest Procter; Eric Ravilious and Tirzah Garwood; Robert MacBryde and Robert Colquhoun; Rose and Roger Hilton; Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant; and Ben Nicholson and Barbara Hepworth

 

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