Friends of Oriel Davies Trip

Toyohara Kunichika Prints Exhibition at The Lady Lever Gallery and the Tudor Exhibition at Walker Art Gallery

Date: Saturday 28th May


Kunichika (1835-1900) was a Japanese woodblock artist (also a womanizer and alcoholic). His prints mainly show kabuki actors and scenes from popular plays of the time. Admission to the Lady Lever gallery is free.

The Tudor exhibition has about 100 exhibits illustrating the life and times of the Tudor dynasty including about 70 works from the National Portrait Gallery and artifacts including The Bacton Altar Cloth supposedly the only surviving example of Elizabeth the 1sts clothing. Admission to this exhibition is £13 (not included in the coach fare) but the rest of the gallery is free.

The coach will leave Oriel Davies Gallery at 8.30 a.m. and will pick up at the Berriew St. carpark in Welshpool shortly before nine, It will leave the Lady Lever Gallery at 11.30. It will leave the Walker Gallery at 4pm.

The trip will cost £22 for members and £24 for non-members.

Published: 03.04.2022