16 August 2020
Open from Monday 3 August
£6.25 | Friends free | Under 18s free
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Built to exhibit the work of leading Victorian artist George Frederic Watts, Watts Gallery first opened its doors to the public on 1 April 1904.
Upholding the artist's belief that art plays a major part 'in the world's wellbeing', today this Grade II* listed building continues to showcase the art of G F Watts. From his early work and social realist scenes to celebrated portraits and ambitious symbolic paintings, the Historic Galleries trace the evolution of his art over a prolific 70-year career.
This admission offers first access to the Historic Galleries at half-price and does not include temporary exhibition Unto This Last: Two Hundred Years of John Ruskin.
To aid social distancing, advance booking for timed admission is essential.
Banner Image: G F Watts, Self Portrait Aged 17, 1834
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Watts Gallery Trust is a registered Charity. Charity No. 313612. All profits help us to provide excellent educational activities, stage critically acclaimed exhibitions, and maintain our collection, buildings and estate for future generations to enjoy.