Alfred East Art Gallery

Alfred East Art Gallery
Sheep Street
Kettering
Northamptonshire
NN16 0AN
England

Website

www.kettering.gov.uk/museums

E-mail

museumandgallery@kettering.gov.uk

Telephone

01536 534 274

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The Gallery was originally built to house the Sir Alfred East painting collection which he gave to the Borough of Kettering in 1910. It now holds a significant collection of 19th and 20th century fine art by many notable British artists and the collection is a valuable resource for research and enjoyment alike. It is not possible to display all of the works in the collection at once. For specific queries, please contact the Gallery.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Tues-Sat 10.00-16.45

Closed: Sun-Mon and bank holidays

Admission charges

Free

Discounts

  • Museums Association

The Gallery was originally built to house the Sir Alfred East painting collection which he gave to the Borough of Kettering in 1910. It now holds a significant collection of 19th and 20th century fine art by many notable British artists and the collection is a valuable resource for research and enjoyment alike. It is not possible to display all of the works in the collection at once. For specific queries, please contact the Gallery.

Collection details

Fine Art

Key artists and exhibits

  • Various paintings, watercolours and etchings by Sir Alfred East,
  • Various works by Thomas Cooper Gotch,
  • Various watercolours and drawings by C. Dudley Brown,
  • Figures
  • Peter De Francia,
  • Various Paintings by Walter Bonner Gash,
  • Various works by George Harrison,
  • Various Works by W.T.Wright,
  • Various works by F.B.Jowett,
  • Willesden Junction Summer,
  • Leon Kosoff
  • July the Seaside, 1943
  • L.S.Lowry,
  • Various works by J.T.Nettleship,
  • Sea Fruit,
  • Birgit Skiold
  • The Violinist,
  • Sir Stanley Spencer
  • Five Contrasting Forms,
  • Paule Vezelay
  • Tafel 16, Metallization of a Dream,
  • Eduardo Paolozzi
  • Various works by Ralph Hartley
  • Van Gelden Monument at Warkton, Fotheringhay Church,
  • John Piper
  • The Sea, Winter II,
  • Joan Eardley,
  • Orange and Black,
  • Terry Frost
  • Staff Meeting,
  • Howard Hodgkin,
  • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
  • Landscape,
  • Ivon Hitchens
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Agatha Christie

'The Life & Crimes of Agatha Christie' by Steve Dimmer

  • 11 July — 7 November 2014 *on now

Steve Dimmer examines the writer's life, beginning with the creation of Hercule Poirot in 1920, through the golden age of detective fiction, the emergence of Miss Marple until Agatha Christie became the indisputable 'Queen of Crime'. Along the way, we'll be looking at the real-life mystery involving the novelist's actual disappearance and perhaps try to solve this intriguing puzzle.

Suitable for

  • 16-17
  • 18+

Admission

£6 per person, £3.50 with Kettering Leisure Pass

Website

http://www.kettering.gov.uk/museums/

Collage & Beyond with Ian Luck

  • 19 July 2014 — 7 July 2015 *on now

A practical one day workshop exploring and encouraging collage as an art form and seeing how far ideas can be developed.

Subjects covered will include preparing materials, staining and distressing papers, plus layering techniques with torn and found papers.

Basic material will be provided, with the aim for all to complete a finished work.

Suitable for

  • 18+
  • 16-17

Admission

£40 per person or £30 for Kettering Leisure Pass holders

Website

http://www.kettering.gov.uk/museums

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