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First Flowers – an exhibition of botanical prints from The Captain Cook Memorial Museum
The exhibition ‘First Flowers: Joseph Banks’ Florilegium’ features beautiful prints showing plants gathered by Joseph Banks on James Cook’s first voyage around the world 1768 – 1771.
Discover the early career of the trailblazing artist, Dame Laura Knight
A unique exhibition at the Pannett Art Gallery, Whitby
The exhibition of works by Laura and her husband Harold, painted during their time at Staithes includes the beautiful and enigmatic painting of Laura, by Harold, painted at about the time of their marriage.
There is always a selection of work by the amazing Staithes Group of Artists on display. These British Impressionists painted as a group, in Whitby and along the Yorkshire coast, c. 1894 – 1909.
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The Fylingdales Group of Artists (founded in 1925)
88th Annual Exhibition ONLINE at: https://www.thefylingdalesartists.co.uk
Due to the covid-19 virus the Members of the Fylingdales Group made the decision to cancel our proposed exhibition at Pannett Art Gallery, Whitby in 2020 and host an online exhibition instead.
The Group have been exhibiting yearly since 1952 at Pannett Art Gallery and hope that next year will see the return of the popular exhibition for our 89th Annual.
Pannett Art Gallery is set in the peaceful and charming grounds of Pannett Park in the centre of Whitby. The gallery has an eclectic mix of 19th and 20th Century paintings on permanent display.
Pannett Art Gallery Exhibition Programme 2020
Future exhibitions will include:
“First Flowers” Botanical Prints – Captain Cook Museum 6 October – 13 December
Pannett Collection February – March 2021
Please note: all dates are correct at time of going to press. Please contact the gallery to confirm before making a special journey.
Two generations of Weatherill artists painted in Whitby and area throughout the 19th and early 20th Century. We have an extensive collection of their intricate and delicate paintings on display in the Weatherill Gallery.