Exhibition Adrian Berg: A Time and A Place
April 1 – September 3
The artist Adrian Berg (1929-2011) painted landscapes, often returning to the same place again and again over weeks, months and years.
This exhibition, the first survey since his death, includes paintings of four of his favourite places: Regent’s Park and Kew Gardens in London; Stourhead in Wiltshire and Beachy Head on the south coast of England.
His exuberant, colourful oil paintings glow. Like Claude Monet, the artist he admired above all others, Berg found new ways to paint the same places. He was a contemporary of David Hockney, the two artists remained lifelong friends. Curated by Artwise.
Event Accompanying this Exhibition
24 May 2.30pm
Royal Academician, Paul Huxley, discusses his friendship with Adrian Berg in conversation with Dr Hester R Westley. Dr Westley works for the National Life Stories Artists’ Lives project at the British Library. Free for Friends, annual pass holders and with entry tickets to the house. Numbers limited so please reserve your place in advance.
Exhibition Ticket information:
- All tickets should be purchased in advance
- To book tickets call the Hall Place and Gardens booking line on 01322 621238 (lines are open every day from 10am – 4.30pm)
- Hall Place and Gardens does not offer refunds on ticket sales
- If you need special assistance please let us know when booking
- Children must be accompanied at all times