Gainsborough's House

In 1958 Gainsborough’s House Society was formed to purchase the house and establish it as a centre for Thomas Gainsborough. A recent HLF bid was succesful and will transform the house to include modern gallery spaces and workshops.

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CLIENT Gainsborough's House

PROJECT Design for print: Thomas Gainsborough’s story

Bringing Gainsborough to life through print

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Gainsborough's House launches first public exhibition

With support from Spring, Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury will hold its very first public exhibition this Wednesday to showcase its transformational £8.5m redevelopment. The “Reviving an Artist’s Birthplace” project seeks to attract visitors not only from East Anglia and London, but from across England and abroad. Nowhere else in the world will such a wide...

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Anna Wintour, Nicole Farhi and David Hare at Gainsborough's House

There was a celebratory mood at Gainsborough’s House in Sudbury on Monday this week, as people gathered for the formal launch of Nicole Farhi’s new bust of Thomas Gainsborough. The project, helped by a generous donation from the editor in chief of US Vogue, Anna Wintour, is in support of Gainsborough House’s ambitious plan to...

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Gainsborough's House: a very special place

In Sudbury, not only are there four working silk weaving mills, but also an evocative museum celebrating the life of Thomas Gainsborough – in fact, it’s his childhood home. Spring’s delighted to work with this unique and special place. Thomas Gainsborough was born in 1727, the youngest of nine, and he attended Sudbury Grammar School....

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