British Neo-Romanticism refers to the lyrical, mystical and often poetic work of a group of young artists during and just after the Second World War. This exhibition explores the personal and artistic journeys taken by Jankel Adler, Prunella Clough, Robert Colquhoun, John Craxton, Leslie Hurry, Robert MacBryde, Paul Nash, John Piper, Graham Sutherland and Keith Vaughan.
Adults: £12.50* Children (Up to 16 yrs): Free Friends of Pallant House Gallery: Free Art Fund Members: £6.50** Students (with NUS card and Student ID card): Free Jobseekers, DLA, ESA, PIP, Carers with registered disabled person: Free Museums Association, ICOM: Free * Incl. £1.50 voluntary donation/Gift Aid **Incl. £1 voluntary donation/Gift Aid
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