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John Piper - Life and Work

John Piper was one of the most popular, prolific and versatile British artists of the 20th century. He spent most of his working life living in Fawley, just outside Henley on Thames. Natalie Patel, Head of Collections & Exhibitions from the Henley River and Rowing Museum, which has just opened an expanded Piper Gallery, has agreed to come and speak about John Piper’s life and works.

Wednesday 20th September 2017 at 7:30pm

Bourne End Library, Wakeman Rd, Bourne End SL8 5SX

Tickets £5.  Bar available for wine and soft drinks

Henley River & RowingMuseum

The new Piper exhibition at the Henley River & Rowing museum examines the diversity of Piper’s career from Modernism to Romanticism.

Piper’s extraordinary diversity of work covered painting, collage, drawing, stained glass, ceramics, tapestry, set design and textiles.

The exhibition features unseen work from private collections from around the country, as well as a continually evolving display of loans from galleries such as the Tate, V&A and the Arts Council.  

A great friend of John Betjeman they could be seen cycling through the Chilterns - writing, sketching and getting inspiration from the countryside, towns and villages.

Read more at River & Rowing Museum here

About Natalie Patel Closed