Turner Society members are invited to visit recently restored Pitzhanger Manor, Sir John Soane’s country house at Ealing.
At 2.45 p.m., outside the entrance to the house, Catherine Parry-Wingfield will give a short talk on Soane and Turner, who was a frequent visitor there. The two men were great friends, and Sandycombe Lodge in Twickenham, which Turner designed himself, has many Soanian features.
Places for this visit and talk are limited. To receive details please apply to Margaret O’Neill, Flat 69, The Atrium, 30 Vincent Square, London SW1P 2NW with your name, phone number and email address.
TS members coming to this event will be asked to book their visit to the house individually at a time that suits them. For further information about Pitzhanger and the current exhibition of works by Julian Opie, go to www.pitzhanger.org.uk