Bath’s Holburne Museum is currently offering visitors the opportunity of travelling around the world without leaving its top-floor gallery.
It’s where you can experience a colourful taste of the work of artist Anthony Fry with this his first museum retrospective.
Fry – who died in 2016 – lived and worked near Bath for sixty years but made pictures that expressed his principal inspiration of travel.
Although he enjoyed great commercial success in Britain and America during his lifetime, his work has not previously been recognised by a major exhibition. Comprising works lent from prestigious private collections, the show reveals the considerable extent of his talent.
Bath Newseum talked to the Holburne’s Director, Dr Chris Stephens about this special event.
Visit the exhibition between now and Sunday 15 April and you can take advantage of a TWO tickets for just £10 offer.
To take advantage of the offer call 01225 388569 or purchase at the Holburne Museum. The offer is not available online.
The Exhibition is supported by The Linbury Trust, The Monument Trust, Browse & Darby
Meanwhile, David Simon contacted Bath Newseum to say:
‘By happy coincidence, The Holburne exhibition of work by the late, well-known Modern British painter, Anthony Fry this month coincides with a solo exhibition of new paintings by veteran painter, Diana Matthews FRSA at my gallery. She was taught by Fry at the Bath Academy of Art in the 1950’s.”
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