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Verey Gallery - Exhibition Programme

Forthcoming Exhibitions

The Art of Light – Sacred and Secular 16 November 2013 – 9 May 2014

A celebration of the art of stained glass, this exhibition will include some of John Piper’s rarely seen and recently conserved cartoons for his magnificent windows in Eton College Chapel.  Curated by the renowned stained glass artist Brian Clarke, the exhibition will also show works by Clarke himself. If you would like a catalogue, please contact Charlotte Villiers

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 Previous Exhibitions 

Sean Scully: 2 October 2012 – 15 March 2013

I am not drawn to tragedy: I believe that it is always possible to overcome it and that in the end a ray of light will shine through.  I try to express light, and express hope.  That’s how I would sum up my ambition ….”

Untitled, 6.10.01’ by Sean Scully is part of the Eton College art collection and is usually displayed in a working space of the School, intended as a point of inspiration in the daily educational experience of the students. It was exhibited in the Verey Gallery alongside other Sean Scully works, including etchings, watercolours, paintings and photographs, generously lent by Timothy Taylor Gallery and beautifully curated by Timothy Taylor himself.     

Clearing, Antony Gormley 19 June 2012 – 23 September 2012

“This exhibition of recent drawings at Eton is a wonderful opportunity to show new things in an old room and I am grateful of the opportunity in this place devoted to the opening of minds.” Antony Gormley

Connections: Objects from the Eton College Collections 24 September 2011 – 15 April 201

The inaugural exhibition in the Verey Gallery, curated by Madeleine Bessborough and Stephen Feeke of Roche Court, was drawn entirely from the College Collections and suggested a network of visual threads connecting the wide range of works on display, which included ceramics by Lucy Rie, Nicholas Homoky and Bernard Leach; prints by William Scott, Patrick Caulfield and Richard Hamilton; book bindings by Jean de Gonet and Sally Lou Smith; and objects from the Myers bequest of antiquities such as an Egyptian model of a granary c2100BC.