Turner and the Age of British Watercolour
Open from 7 January - 12 March 2017 at Petworth House, Turner and the Age of British Watercolour offers a rare opportunity to see a major dimension of British art not normally encountered at Petworth and to consider it alongside our renowned collection of oil paintings and sculpture from the same golden period, 1780-1850.
Please be aware this exhibition has now ended but please visit our website for more information on our next major exhibition
You can now book tickets online for this exhibition or call 0344 249 1895. Entry is by pre-booked with last entry at 3pm, timed tickets: £12 for National Trust members, National Art Pass holders or NADFAS members. £15.60 for non-members, ticket includes entry to the gardens, parkland and selected rooms in the house. Your support goes towards funding future exhibitions and our picture lighting project.
Please keep in mind there is a 700 yard walk from the car park to the house and we recommend arriving in plenty of time for your timed ticket entry.
Outstanding works of art
Turner's celebrated watercolours
" Turner is the most celebrated figure associated with Petworth and also one of the most important artists in terms of British watercolour. It’s fascinating to bring them together here and tell the missing chapter in the story."