Date(s)/Time: Thursday 13 Sep 2018, 2:30pm
Ticket Price: Free (booking required)
Location: Warrington Museum & Art Gallery
Today the name ‘Woodland House’ in Holland Park London is associated with such celebrities as Robbie Williams and Michael Winner, but few know the house was originally commissioned by the successful Warrington artist Luke Fildes. In this talk Caroline Dakers, Professor of Cultural History at Central Saint Martins in London, describes this luxurious London home and compares it to others in the Holland Park area. She will also discuss its use as an artist’s studio and a family home, using private photographs from the collections of Fildes’ descendants.
This event was made possible with a grant from the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund
Book online or call Pyramid & Parr Hall Box Office: 01925 442345.