ANTHONY SHAW COLLECTION


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LOANS

THE BLOOMSBURY GROUP

Millennium Gallery, Sheffield
25th November - 13th January 2022


THE BLOOMSBURY GROUP

York Art Gallery
4th March - 6th June 2022


An exhibition staged by Sheffield Museums Trust and York Museums Trust, and in partnership with The National Portrait Gallery, will profile the Fine and Decorative Arts; an enlightened philosophy embedded in the ethos of the Bloomsbury Group, their associated artists’ studio practice and the work of the Omega Workshops.

The Collection is lending a group of books.






PATRONS

You can help support this major collection.
For £50 a year, you can become a Patron of The Anthony Shaw Collection. As a Patron you will be invited to exhibition openings and special Patrons evenings and your donation will provide vital assistance in the daily running of the Collection.

Your contribution would be invaluable and would help support the Anthony Shaw Collection in its move to York Museum, where it is now on long-term loan. The Collection is displayed at York Art Galleryin the domestic manner of Billing Place, where it was formerly exhibited until 2016.

 
If you would like to contribute to this rare and superb collection, please email or telephone +44 (0)20 7385 5775 for further information.



LOANS

The collection is available to other venues.
For more information please email or telephone +44 (0)20 7385 5775.

 

PUBLICATIONS
SARA RADSTONE
More Than Words

Published following the exhibition at the Centre of Ceramic Art at York Art Gallery, 17th November - 10th June 2018. Essay by Siobhán Feeney.
Published by The Anthony Shaw Collection (2018)
Soft back 60 pages.
Edition 200. £30.
Limited edition of 50 each including original art work by Sara Radstone.
ISBN 978-9995979-0-0






GORDON BALDWIN
Objects for a Landscape

Published to coincide with the exhibition at York Art Gallery, 11th February - 10th June 2012 followed by a national tour. Edited and with an essay by David Whiting; with contributions by Gordon Baldwin and Jeffrey Jones.
Published by York Museums Trust (2012)
Hardback 160 pages.
ISBN 13 978-0905807270






   
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