Ever since the foundation of the Arts & Crafts Movement in the late nineteenth century, the Cotswolds have played an important role in British art.
Prominently situated in what historian and author G.M. Trevelyan once described as “the most beautiful village now left in the island”, Campden Gallery opened in 2003 to showcase a varied range of high quality contemporary art.
Housed within a beautifully preserved 300 year old limestone building in the centre of the town, nestled in the depths of quintessential English countryside, the gallery features an eclectic programme, throughout the year of solo and group exhibitions by established British and mainland European painters and sculptors and provides young, emerging, talented artists with an opportunity to show and promote their work.
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