The Passions of Richard Dadd: Final

The Bethlem Gallery’s Passions of Richard Dadd exhibition has now closed, after three busy weeks. Dadd enthusiasts may like to note that we intend to send these works and others out to a loan exhibition later this year. Details will be posted on the blog in due course. In the meantime, why not visit Tate Britain’s Watercolour exhibition, which opens on 16 February? We understand that it will include at least one Dadd (The Child’s Problem, said to be one of his “most incomprehensible” watercolours1), maybe more.

1 Patricia Allderidge, The Late Richard Dadd 1817-1886 (Tate, 1974), p. 112.

 

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1 Response to “The Passions of Richard Dadd: Final”


  1. 1 sarah smithers February 1, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    If I’d had time, I would quite like to have seen this, as when I was working at the Bethlem I appreciated Dadd’s works the most. Hope it was a success !


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