Open Daily 10am – 4pm
Exhibition curated by Caroline Hawkins & Caroline Kisby
There is no charge for admission to the show.
The Yarrow Gallery Building is an very beautiful space. Opened in 1918 on the first Oundle School Speech Day after the WW1 ended. It was funded by Mr AF Yarrow, later Sir Alfred, in memory of his son, Eric, who was killed on 8th May 1915 at Ypres.
Headmaster, FW Sanderson said: ‘The object of the Museum is to make it possible to extend the work already begun in the Art Room.’ In 1970 the building was adapted to create a permanent exhibition space, and the tradition of staging exhibitions of professional artists began.
During recent major restoration work, the display area was redesigned on the ground floor and the gallery upstairs was opened up to provide further exhibition space. It is now one of the most attractive galleries in East Anglia. At present there are five or six major exhibitions a year.
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