Drawing on the rich collections of the Ashmolean Museum, this exhibition features innovative prints influenced by Hermes’ enduring fascination with the natural world. Her love of nature is evident in all of the works displayed – from Jazz Age wood engravings of birds, fish and flowers to her monumental coloured linocuts of the 1950s.
Art of the Wild: Gertrude Hermes and the Natural World at the River & Rowing Museum
Who to contact
Where to go
The River & Rowing Museum
- RG9 1BF
The Museum, terrace cafe and shop are open 7 days a week from 10am - 5pm.
The museum is fully accessible and carers are entitled to free admission.
If you are using SatNav it will take you to the station, follow signs for Mill Meadows and the River & Rowing Museum.
For more information about the River & Rowing Museums location and how to find us visit http://rrm.co.uk/visit/finding-us.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Open Daily from the 7 February - 4 May from 10.00am - 5.00pm
- Time of day
Day Ticket / Annual Pass
Adult £9.00 / £24.00
Child (4-18) £6.00 / £16.00
Senior Citizen (65+) £8.50 / £22.50
Concession £8.00 / £21.50
- Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
The Museum is fully accessible and carers are entitled to free admission.
We welcome families in the Museum and there are lots of fun things to see and do!
The Museum has baby changing facilities. There are a range of children’s options in the cafe, including Wind in the Willows lunchboxes, and highchairs are available.
Last checked on 29/01/2020
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