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Lovely exhibition space with fine permanent collection.

This is a pleasant gallery to visit. As well as works by famous British artists such as Edward... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2018
Hilary D
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Epping, United Kingdom
Show Women on until Oct 2018

At the moment there is an amazing and contemporary art show called Show Women, with many thought... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2018
markchloe22
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14 Sep 2018
“Lovely exhibition space with fine permanent collection.”
23 Aug 2018
“Show Women on until Oct 2018”
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Reviewed 14 September 2018

This is a pleasant gallery to visit. As well as works by famous British artists such as Edward Bawden, John Piper, Howard Davis and Gerda Rubinstein, there is currently a fine display of work by modern female artists from the Ingram and Jerwood collections. This...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2018

At the moment there is an amazing and contemporary art show called Show Women, with many thought provoking and intriguing artworks. There is especially a few eye catching pieces. One is a light and shadow installation that has been hand cut. Really impressive! Go and...More

Thank markchloe22
Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

Seems to not have much these days going downhill over the last few years. Presume to do with harlow council

1  Thank Marcusbirch
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Went for the first time with my Cousin two weeks ago. We saw the Gibberd Collection, a local artists' exhibition and also a particular artist's exhibition. We felt welcomed and were given info as need be. There was artwork to buy (My Cousin bought me...More

Thank Veronica B
Reviewed 19 May 2016

We had been to Fred gibberd's garden, so naturally wanted to come here. We saw his collection which included Nash,Frink. Piper, Moore and many more. Very much post 2nd world war art. There was also another modern exhibition and local artists exhibition.

Thank AntoniaTrip
Reviewed 25 April 2016

Home of the permanent collection of 20th Century Watercolours, with many Royal Academicians, this also has a constantly evolving exhibition programme, with previous exhibitions by Turner Prize winning nominees, John Mills, and other leading artists. Just outside are some of Harlow's large collection of public...More

1  Thank Jon C
Reviewed 3 February 2016 via mobile

I regularly visit this venue. There is always something to see. There is the main gallery of pictures on the perimeter with regular exhibitions in the centre. I think the exhibitions often show the work of local and of amateur artists. The general standard of...More

2  Thank sally l
Reviewed 29 September 2015

The core exhibition was donated by Sir Frederick Gibberd, the architect of the New Town, although quite small it features his friends and contemporises from the time the New Town was born (1950's), some now famous, add to that regular travelling high status exhibitions and...More

Thank Bill P
Reviewed 31 May 2015

Exhibits are changed frequently & none are ever the same. Previously theatre designs from V&A museum-without the expense/hassle of going to London. This week fantastic portraits. Regular kids activities. Next Saturday portrait artist will be painting from a live model and anyone can join in...More

1  Thank julie t s
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