‘Conservation in Action’: Caring for John Piper’s final stained glass window design

Follow us on the journey to conserve John Piper’s design for the stained glass window at All Saints Church, Farnborough, commissioned in memory of Sir John Betjeman Why is this artwork important? John PiperRead More

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The Importance of Thomas E. Weil, ‘The Great Collector’

By Chris Dodd, Hear the Boat Sing The Great Collector Tom Weil retires from the board of the River & Rowing Museum today. Chris Dodd sings his praise. If you are interested in rowingRead More

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The Henley Sculptress

“So superior an artist”: Anne Seymour Damer Here at the River & Rowing Museum, we’re passionate about shining a spotlight on talented female artists who have been inspired by the core themes in ourRead More

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Gertrude Hermes and Wild Swimming: The Mermaids’ View

By The Henley Mermaids Gertrude Hermes, whose exquisitely detailed wood engravings and linocuts from The Ashmolean are currently in their final weeks on display at the River and Rowing Museum in Henley on ThamesRead More

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Henley Children Capture Nature’s Glorious Colours in Museum’s Wildlife Photography Competition

Image taken by Michael Bowles (aged 12), Gillotts School. This year’s Wildlife Photography Competition, ‘Colour in Nature’, organised by the River & Rowing Museum, once again invited local children to help them celebrate ourRead More

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