Uncover the works from the last major figure of the Pre-Raphaelites who brought imaginary worlds to life. Members are invited to a preview day before Edward Burne-Jones opens to the public and in the evening after the gallery closes to the public.
Stay for dinner at the Rex Whistler Restaurant or go for drinks in the Members Room upstairs in the rotunda. Book your table for dinner by calling +44 (0) 20 7887 8825 or emailing Britain.email@example.com
Born in 1833, Edward Burne-Jones rejected the industrial world of the Victorians, looking instead for inspiration from medieval art, religion, myths and legends. This exhibition – his first solo show at Tate since 1933 – charts Burne-Jones’s rise from an outsider with little formal art training to one of the most influential British artists of the late 19th century.
Other ways to enjoy Edward Burne-Jones
If you can’t make these times, Edward Burne-Jones is open to all members during Members Hours which take place on select Saturdays and Sundays from 09.00–10.00, offering the perfect start to your weekend.
For an in-depth look at the artist, Members are invited to book onto a Curator's Talk with Alison Smith, former Curator at Tate Britain and current Chief Curator at the National Portrait Gallery, or a Curator's Tour inside the exhibition led by Assistant Curator Tim Batchelor.