Falmouth Art Gallery

Falmouth Art Gallery
Municipal Buildings
The Moor
Falmouth
Cornwall
TR11 2RT
England

Website

www.falmouthartgallery.com

Telephone

01326 313 863

Fax

01326 312 662

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Falmouth Art Gallery has gained nationwide recognition for its innovative education programme.

It was recently selected as one of four national flagship schemes by the Government’s Museums and Galleries Life-long Learning Initiative, and has been nominated for 13 major awards. The gallery welcomes a wide range of groups - from Surestart to Age Concern.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Monday-Saturday 10am - 5pm

Closed Sundays

Admission charges

Admission free

Collection details

Archives, Fine Art

Key artists and exhibits

  • Falmouth's art collection is one of the most important in Cornwall, and features works by major British artists including Sir Frank Brangwyn RA, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Charles Napier Hemy RA, Dame Laura Knight RA, Sir Alfred Munnings RA, William Strang RA, Henry Scott Tuke RA, John William Waterhouse RA, George Frederick Watts RA.
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Charlotte's Web

  • 7 February — 19 April 2014 *on now

Charlotte's Web showcases a selection of artworks from the Margaret Whitford Bequest. This collection of 46 artworks was bequeathed to Falmouth Art Gallery through the Art Fund in 2012. This series of abstract prints demonstrates how artists use a variety of genres to explore geometry, pattern, figurative and still life and includes work by well-known artists from around the globe including Basil Beattie RA, Sir Terry Frost RA, Grace Gardner, Kristian Krokfors and Rachel Whiteread CBE. This abstract theme reacquaints us with theories of colour, composition and Modernism which will be revisited several times in this year&rsquo
s exhibition programme for 2014, including Brilliant colour (20 September &ndash
22 November) and Porthmeor past and present (29 November 2014
31 January 2015).

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