Celebrate the Arts and Crafts movement at Compton Verney in Warwickshire.
The ideal place for to head for a cultural holiday in Warwickshire, the stunning award-winning Compton Verney Art Gallery is set amidst 120 acres of stunning Capability Brown landscapes and gardens, ideal for exploring in the summer months.
This summer see the new exhibition commerating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death - Shakespeare in Art, Tempests, Tyrants and Tragedy - a reimagining of Shakespeare's works through a series of multi-media encounters.
Soak up the gallery’s collection of British portraits, European paintings, furniture and applied arts before stepping outside to wander through the sculpture gardens. You’ll stumble across a giant ‘kern baby’ by artist Faye Claridge, symbolising England’s folklore and fertility rites.
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