Orleans House has a rich and vibrant history, from the baroque Octagon room, which was designed by renowned architect James Gibbs, to a main gallery which hosts five temporary exhibitions each year - ranging from the historical to the contemporary. We attract over 56,000 visitors annually. The Stables Gallery, is housed in evocative 19th century stables buildings and stages approximately seven contemporary and community exhibitions a year. Visitors of all ages can try out their own artistic talents in a pre-booked workshop,
Orleans House Gallery Riverside
Telephone:020 8831 6000
Masterpiece a Week: To tie in with the exhibition 'Water Water Everywhere', Orleans House Gallery have a six-part lecture series featuring masterpieces, all focusing on the theme of water. Each lecture can be enjoyed as a standalone session or as part of the series.For more information please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
Added: 2 weeks ago Valid until: 26/03/2018
Develop your creative writing and learn how to generate inspiration from poetry, gallery exhibitions and even the world around us. For more information please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
Added: 2 weeks ago Valid until: 23/04/2018
Following on from their popular series 'Introduction to Oils', Orleans House Gallery will be running an intensive three week programme on capturing a still life in oils. For more information please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
Added: 2 months ago Valid until: 26/01/2018
Inspired by their 'Water Water Everywhere' exhibition in the Stables Gallery, this course will teach you about colour, mark and gesture. For more information please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
Added: 2 months ago Valid until: 20/02/2018
Draw from a life model under the guidance of an artist and learn simple and effective techniques to develop and enhance your drawings. All abilities welcome.For more information please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
Added: 2 weeks ago Valid until: 26/04/2018
History of Collecting and Collections: This three-part lecture series on the history of collecting objects, displaying them, and sharing them with a public, covering the Renaissance to the present day. For more information please visit www.richmond.gov.uk/orleans_house_gallery
Added: 2 months ago Valid until: 05/02/2018
Make the most of your Richmond Card and indulge in some festive creativity and add that very special homemade touch to your Christmas! For more information or to book please visit: http://www.richmond.gov.uk/services/arts/orleans_house_gallery/education_at_orleans_house_gallery/art_classes_for_adults/christmas_crafts
Added: 3 months ago Valid until: 21/12/2017
Make the most of your Richmond Card and receive 10% off at Orleans House Gallery’s Creative Writing: Painting to Paper sessions. Delivered in partnership with London poet, Agnieszka Studzinska develop your creative writing and learn how to generate inspiration from poetry, gallery exhibitions and the world around us. Please note workshop dates are 19 September (The Contemporary British Painting Prize), 17 October (The Contemporary British Painting Prize) 12 December (Liquid to Solid: the mutability of glass) taking place from 10am until 12 noon at The Stables Gallery, Orleans House Gallery. Visit: https://www2.richmond.gov.uk/Richmondbookings/default.aspx for further information and bookings. Suitable for all levels, beginners welcome.
Added: 5 months ago Valid until: 13/12/2017
Delivered in partnership with Mariska Beekenkamp-Waldimiroff, Art Historical London. Each lecture can be enjoyed as a stand-a-lone sessions or as part of the series. Lectures are held 1.00-2.30pm in Coach House at Orleans House Gallery. Modern Thinkers This lecture is an introduction to the key thinkers of the early 20th century. Lecture date: 19 September Black Renaissance In this series we will be focusing on an introduction of black figures in European Renaissance Art - part of our Black History Month programme. Lecture dates: 3 October 10 October 17 October Masterpiece a Week This series of lectures will look at some of the greatest Masterpieces in Art History. Each week we will explore a well-known artist and their work, chronologically moving through European Art. Lecture dates: 31 October: Sistine Chapel ceiling, Michelangelo 7 November: Christ driving the moneychangers from the temple, El Greco, 14 November: Portrait of Madame de Pompadour at her Tambour Frame, Drouais 21 November: Religious Procession in Kursk Province, Ilya Repin 28 November: The Harlequin's Carnival, Joan Miró, 5 December: Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird, Frida Kahlo 12 December: The Rosetta Vase, Grayson Perry Visit: http://www.richmond.gov.uk/services/arts/orleans_house_gallery/ information and bookings.
Added: 5 months ago Valid until: 13/12/2017
Life Drawing Coach House, Orleans House Gallery Thursdays, 7.00-9.30pm Allow your creativity and skills to develop whilst growing in confidence during each session. Aimed at both beginners and experienced artists. Life drawing workshops also held on:21 September19 October 16 November 14 December Suitable for all levels, beginners welcome.Visit: https://www2.richmond.gov.uk/Richmondbookings/default.aspx for more information or bookings.
Added: 5 months ago Valid until: 15/12/2017
Updated: 13 Apr 2017