HOUSES OF GOD

A N  E X H I B I T I O N  O F  P A I N T I N G S

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David Arbus, John Doyle PPRW,

Charlotte Halliday NEAC RWS, Peter Kuhfeld NEAC,

Hubert Pragnell, Alec Vickerman ARCA,

Toby Ward, Charlotte Ward,

John Ward CBE RA

24 May -14 June 2008

The Chapter House, Canterbury Cathedral

10.00am - 4.00pm daily

Entry Free (normal Precincts charges apply)

In support of the Save Canterbury Cathedral Appeal

150 paintings of Houses of God, great and small. From the historic splendours of Venice to the tranquil beauty of the parish church, this special exhibition is a celebration of architecture and inspiration through the ages.
Most of the paintings in the exhibition are for sale and a proportion of the proceeds will be donated to the Save Canterbury Cathedral Appeal.
The exhibition will include displays featuring the work of the Canterbury Cathedral stonemasons and stained glass conservators as well as items from the historic Archives of the Cathedral – all of whom will benefit from the funding from this great Appeal.
A full catalogue of all the paintings featured in the exhibition and sale will be available in early May, priced at 10 each. To receive a catalogue, please complete and return the attached form.
The paintings will also be available to view online from early May at
www.savecanterburycathedral.com
 

HUBERT PRAGNELL PRIORWIBERT

EXHIBITION TALKS

Tuesday 27 May 6.30pm. Ticket price 10

IN THE STEPS OF ST AUGUSTINE.

John Doyle will be giving talks on his journey, painting in St Augustine’s footsteps, from Rome to Canterbury. The talk will be followed by a private viewing of the exhibition.

Clagett Auditorium, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge

Wednesday 4 June 7.30pm. Ticket prices 18, 15, 12, 8

AN EVENING WITH SIR DONALD SINDEN.

The Nave, Canterbury Cathedral

Monday 9 June 6.30pm. Ticket price 15

WHY DO WE STILL HAVE CATHEDRALS AT ALL?

An evening with Dr David Starkey. The pre-eminent historian will give a talk

on Canterbury and other Cathedrals.

Clagett Auditorium, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge