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Bitten by Picasso

This family-focused one room display showcases ceramics, etchings and photographs by and of Pablo Picasso (1881 - 1973).

It draws upon the special collection and archive at Farley Farm House, at Chiddingly, East Sussex – the former home of photographer Lee Miller and surrealist artist Roland Penrose.

The couple came to live at Farley Farm House in 1949 and in the following 35-years built up a collection of contemporary art treasures.

Many of these were made by their friends and visitors, including Picasso, who visited in 1950. Miller photographed Picasso extensively, in his home and in hers.


Image © Pete Jones