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Chippendale 300

Thomas Chippendale: Designer, Maker, Decorator

23 March – 2 September 2018Free for members

To coincide with the national Chippendale 300 celebrations to mark the tercentenary of the birth of Thomas Chippendale, Designer, Maker, Decorator will showcase the remarkable range of Chippendale’s work at Harewood House. Thomas Chippendale (1718 – 1779), born just down the road from Harewood in Otley, was one of 18th century Britain’s finest and most innovative furniture makers. Designer, Maker, … Read more


Flamboyant Trees – Frank Walter

30 June – 29 October 2017Free for members

This summer, Harewood House Trust is presenting a major exhibition with the Ingleby Gallery of works by talented artist and writer, Frank Walter (1926 – 2009). The first time his works have been exhibited in England; the 63 paintings depict miniature landscapes (both real and imagined), trees, masks, and abstracts. Walter was a prolific artist painting several hundred works and carvings, he wrote over 25,000 … Read more



24 March – 21 June 2017Free for members

Step into the world of Lady Florence Katherine Bridgeman, 5th Countess of Harewood. SNAPSHOT explores the life and works of this enthusiastic, amateur photographer with her enchanting images of Victorian life. The photography you can see in this exhibition has never been shown to the public before. Hundreds of images have been expertly digitised 100 years after they were originally captured allowing you to … Read more

Capability Brown 300

“grove of delight”: An Afternoon with the Poet Thomas A Clark

2 October 2016

Includes tea, cake and entrance to Harewood. Through words and images, influential contemporary Scottish poet Thomas A Clark has transformed Harewood’s Terrace Gallery into a small grove of quiet and reflection, set aside from the light and openness of Capability Brown’s undulating landscape. The afternoon starts with Nigel Walsh, Curator of Contemporary Art at Leeds Art Gallery, in conversation with Clark; … Read more

Capability Brown 300

the grove of delight

30 July – 30 October 2016Free for members

Doire sholais is the Gaelic name for a place on the Isle of Skye ('Doire' means 'grove') and the poet/artist, Thomas A Clark, has turned the Terrace Gallery into a symbolic 'grove of delight'. The grove begins with the structure of the Terrace Gallery with the four stone pillars representing four trees. Each carefully considered element brings with it a sense of relaxation and enjoyment of the great outdoors. … Read more


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