Our 10th exhibition at Elmslie House in Malvern showcases a selection of paintings and original prints by a wide range of artists active in the 1950s and ‘60s.
It includes works by Katharine Church, Garrick Palmer, Rowland Suddaby and a range of works by John Piper and there will also be a special display of low cost etchings, lithographs and woodcuts by the characterful German printmaker Heinz Fleischer and the Manchester-based artist Norman Jaques.
Friday 26th May: 6.00-8.00 pm Private View: please contact Richard Turkington to confirm your attendance
Saturday 27th May: 11.00-4.00 pm
Sunday 28th May: 11.00-3.00 pm
Monday 29th May to Sunday 4th June: 11.00-4.00 pm
The Fifties Art Café will be open each weekend offering teas, coffees, delicious home-made cakes and savoury treats for lunch.
Please contact me if you and your friends/family would like your own personal ‘quiet viewing’ outside these times.
Elmslie House, 8 Avenue Road, Great Malvern, WR14 3AG
Built in the 1860s in the ‘free gothic’ style, Elmslie House is a restored Grade II listed family home close to Great Malvern station, and its hall provides a unique and elegant venue for the exhibition
For more information about the exhibition please email email@example.com