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Eleanor Moreton has been inspired by the history of sisters Elizabeth and Sibyl de Aldeburgh who became joint heiresses of Harewood Castle in 1388.
Her paintings respond to the relationships and power structures between families at Harewood in the medieval period as well as the illuminated prayer books, the Books of Hours, people owned at that time.
Susan has created a video intervention in the church as well as a moving photograph that can be viewed in full online.
It can also be streamed on your smartphone to be viewed while experiencing Medieval Harewood.
Artists Simon Warner, Susan Collins, Eleanor Moreton and Diane Howse have created artistic responses to medieval Harewood; performance tours, moving image, paintings and photography bring stories alive to evoke Harewood’s fascinating medieval past.
There’s still time to book for Simon’s last Theatrical Tour on 3rd September, book now to avoid disappointment! Guests were met by the Earl and Countess of Harewood, and were invited to tour the new season exhibitions and artists’ responses in the Church and Terrace Gallery launching a medieval journey of discovery at Harewood which seeks to explore the history of this ancient landscape before the present Harewood House was built…
The evening began with a tour of the Castle, followed by a Pimms reception in the Church to celebrate the completeion of the development project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Churches Conservation Trust.
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