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Cecil Beaton at Wilton

This is an exhibition of photographs from The Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby’s and is curated by Jasper Conran. Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) was a photographer, designer, writer and socialite and is best known for his fashion and society photographs from the 1920s and 1930s. He worked with both Vanity Fair and Vogue in his time, photographing the bright young things and royalty. During WW2 he recorded images from the home front and after the war he designed sets, costumes and lighting for Broadway. This exhibition showcases his artistic genius and his lifelong connection with Wilton.

Time: 11.30am – 5.00pm, Sundays to Thursdays & Bank Holiday Saturdays

Dates: 9th April – 23rd April and 29th April – 17th September 2017*

Admission included with Grounds Ticket.

* Please Note: The Exhibitions may be closed at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Please check the website to confirm opening arrangements before visiting.

Dates

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Start Date:
April 9th, 2017
Start Time:
11:30

End Date:
September 17th, 2017
End Time:
17:00

Duration:
161 days 5 hours 30 mins

Location

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Wilton House
The Estate Office,
Wilton,
Salisbury, Wiltshire,
UK
SP2 0BJ

Contact

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Telephone:
01722 746714

Map

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