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Kurt Schwitters’ Portrait of Fred Uhlman

This portrait from 1940 is of particular significance within the Hatton Gallery’s permanent collection because of its interesting connections to a number of other works (and because it’s a wonderful painting!). It was painted when, as a German, Schwitters faced… Read more

Keeper of Art, Hatton Gallery

Between Friday 1 and Sunday 3 October I visited Elterwater in the shadow of the Langdale Pikes to attend ‘KS10’, the 4th annual ‘Kurt Schwitters Autumn School’ held on the site (and in nearby Chapel Stile village hall) where Kurt… Read more