The East Anglian Traditional Arts Centre is keen to promote interest in the Fine Art produced by the Norwich School of Painters and Suffolk Artists working between 1750 and 1950, encompassing such East Anglian masters, as Gainsborough, Crome, Cotman and Constable.
The rise of impressionism going into the twentieth century produced the innovators Arnesby Brown and Munnings, whilst later Seago rounded off what is one of the most impressive lists of British Artists. Many other notable painters lived and worked in this attractive and predominantly rural area within this period.
The Centre also offers a professional in-depth assessment process to fully evaluate the traditional works from the region, as well as conservation advice and a sales service.
For additional information about admission, opening hours, access, facilities and learning opportunities, please visit the museum website.
East Anglian Traditional Art Centre
48 High Street
T 01728 747050