07 janvier 2011

Art Fund and National Trust Campaign to Save Brueghel Reaches £2.7 Million Target

Pieter Brueghel the Younger’s The Procession to Calvary, 1602. © National Trust, Robert Thrift. LONDON.- The Art Fund, the National Trust and National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF) announce that Pieter Brueghel the Younger’s ‘The Procession to Calvary’ has been saved for the nation after an intensive three month fundraising campaign. The £2.72 million total was announced today (Thursday 6 January) with the news of the NHMF grant of £1,034,000. Along with the Art Fund’s £500,000 grant that kick started the appeal, over £680,000... [Lire la suite]
29 juillet 2009

Tattershall Castle will be transformed into a spectacular contemporary art gallery

Tattershall Castle is a unique, early brick castle keep. Built between 1434 - 46 by Ralph Cromwell, Lord Treasurer to Henry VI. LINCOLNSHIRE.- An exhibition marking the start of a new relationship between Arts Council England and the National Trust will take place at Tattershall Castle from 8 – 23 of August 2009. The new initiative is aimed at promoting contemporary art in historic properties. The 15th century medieval castle, owned by the National Trust, will be transformed into a spectacular contemporary art gallery.... [Lire la suite]