4 October 2011
In 1949 the photographer Lee Miller and her artist husband Roland Penrose moved to Farley Farm House in Sussex. For the next 35 years the house became a meeting place for leading figures in modern art, including Picasso, Max Ernst and Joan Miró. Works by many of these artists are still on display in the house and during our tour we learn about the private lives and art of Miller, Penrose and their friends.
Tickets include coach, lunch, tea.
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