Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery

Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery
Walpole Park
Mattock Lane
Ealing
London
Greater London
W5 5EQ
England

Website

www.pitzhanger.org.uk

E-mail

pitzhanger@ealing.gov.uk

Telephone

020 8567 1227

Fax

020 8567 0595

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Pitzhanger Manor House & Gallery is a major cultural venue in West London.

The venue comprises the Grade I listed house once owned and designed by Sir John Soane (1753-1837), architect and surveyor to the Bank of England, and the adjacent gallery housed in the 1939 extension to the house.

The house was partially restored and opened to the public in the 1980s. The gallery opened in 1996 and plays host to 6-7 major art, architecture and design exhibitions annually and has shown works by UK and international artists.

In 2015 the house and gallery will close for a major renovation and conservation project which will see the house fully returned to its former glory, the gallery refurbished and upgraded, plus a new restaurant and event space built in the kitchen garden.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Historic house or home

Opening hours

Tues - Fri 1pm-5pm
Sat 11am-5pm
Sunday Openings (May - September only) 1pm-5pm

Closed bank holidays

Admission charges

FREE ENTRY

The London Borough of Ealing owns the largest public collection of Martinware in the country. This unique collection was donated to the borough by the Hull Grundys in 1980, and now is on display in the Victorian wing of Pitzhanger Manor-House. The Martin Brothers produced the pottery from 1873-1923 in Fulham and Southall. A catalogue of the whole Hull Grundy collection is also on sale

Collection details

Architecture, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Photography

Key artists and exhibits

  • The venue runs an on-going programme of exhibitions of professional contemporary art, which are often sited in both the Manor-House and Gallery.
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.
Jurgen Vantomme, Chatelineau, 2014

Crossing the Field: WW1, Football & the Christmas Truce

  • 8 November 2014 — 10 January 2015 *on now

Mark Anstee, Gabi Cowburn, Bruno Van Dijck, Paul Hodgson, Thomas Lohmann,
Eric Monbel, Marc Palmer, Jurgen Vantomme, Robin Vermeersch

The 1914 Christmas truce - one of the most enduringly fascinating, inspirational and unusual events of the First World War - is at the heart of this exhibition marking the centenary of the War.
Crossing the Field aims to recount this unique event and the ceasefire football match that took place on Christmas day, using contemporary art to depict and reflect upon the events of the War.

Through painting, photography, installation, ceramics, drawing and film, by artists from Belgium, Germany, France and the UK, the exhibition crosses boundaries, nationalities and opinions. The show gives an unconventional perception of the First World War by examining football’s power to transcend the bleakest scenes and the most difficult circumstances to bring people together.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Website

http://www.pitzhanger.org.uk/whats-on/crossing-field-wwi-football-christmas-truce

Derrick Bradfield, Old West Pier Brighton, 2014

Nothing Lasts Forever

  • 18 December 2014 — 10 January 2015

Derrick Bradfield, Charlie Coffey, Kevina Khan, Karen Le Roy Harris, Anne Ninivin, Marcus Orlandi, Andy Owen, Nicola Ransom, Zoe Schoenherr, Katy Wallwork

This final exhibition in The Studio showcases the artistic talents and skills of the staff at Pitzhanger Manor, most of whom are practising artists. Covering painting, drawing, collage, photography, film, sculpture and installation, the works on display touch on a number of subjects including female identity and the human form, architecture, history and nature. However, inherent in many of the works is the theme of transformation – there is a sense of something changing and evolving, reflecting Pitzhanger Manor itself as we embark on a major three-year restoration project.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly

Website

http://www.pitzhanger.org.uk/whats-on/nothing-lasts-forever

Resources listed here may include websites, bookable tours and workshops, books, loan boxes and more. You may need to scroll down or click on headers to see them all.

Audio Wand House Tours

http://www.ealing.gov.uk/services/leisure/museums_and_galleries/pm_gallery_and_house/house_tours/

An audio wand guides visitors around Pitzhanger Manor-House, giving information about the history, design and architecture of the building. There is additional information about the borough of Ealing, Walpole Park and Soane's other buildings including his town house at Lincoln's Inn Fields, the John Soane Museum.

How to obtain

The guide has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Tour and is available in English only, at a cost of £1.00.
Group tours of the House can be arranged on request. For further details please contact Lee McCulley on 020 8825 9808.

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