The Legend of King Arthur: A Pre-Raphaelite Love Story
Visitors across the country have been flocking to our magnificent touring exhibition and this summer, it is coming to Falmouth for a spectacular finale.
The exhibition tells the story for the first time of the links between the world-famous legend of King Arthur, the renowned Pre-Raphaelite artists and Cornwall’s Arthurian heritage.
It brings together over 60 iconic works of art from public and private collections and is an exclusive opportunity to see the entire Lady of Shalott series of paintings by John William Waterhouse exhibited together for the first time in the UK.
“A swoon of a show” The Times
The incredible line-up of Pre-Raphaelite artists includes Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale, Edward Burne-Jones, William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Emma Sandys and Elizabeth Siddal.
The exhibition will be accompanied by activities, talks and workshops for all ages.
17 June – 30 September 2023
King Arthur, folklore and landscape.
A talk by Steve Patterson
September 9 2.30pm at Falmouth Art Gallery
10 – 1pm.
No need to book. Just pop in any time between 10am and 1pm.
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About Falmouth Art Gallery
Award-winning Falmouth Art Gallery is owned and administered by Falmouth Town Council. Family-friendly and free, the gallery stages an exciting and ambitious exhibition programme, regularly changing displays from its outstanding art collection and an innovative community engagement programme.
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