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Welcome to The Winchester College TREASURY

A stunning medieval building filled with the most beautiful of the College’s treasuresConverted from a 14th-century stable block, the Treasury is home to Winchester College’s collections of art and archaeology. 

 

 

 

 

wORLD WAR 1 REMEMBERED
8 Nevinson

WORLD WAR 1 REMEMBERED  
8 NOVEMBER - 8 JANUARY
513 former pupils of Winchester College were killed in WW1. This display of paintings commemorates the centenary of the Armistice that finally brought an end to the conflict in November 1918. It includes powerful work by war artists C.R.W. Nevinson and Henry Tonks. It examines the impact that war had on the school and explains how the largest private war memorial in Europe was created to commemorate its fallen.
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SAVER TICKET
Tour Group Cloisters October 2018

SAVER TICKETS FOR COMBINED TOURS
These are available on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Explore the history of this ancient school with a knowledgeable group guide and visit the outstanding collection of art and archaeology, housed in the medieval Treasury. Tours of the College begin at 2.15 and are followed by a Treasury visit at 3.15.

Tickets can be purchased from Kingsgate Book & Prints (located under Kingsgate Arch) or from the guide at the Porter's Lodge.
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WATERCOLOUR EXHIBITION
Turner Watercolour

THE GOLDEN AGE OF ENGLISH WATERCOLOUR EXHIBITION
15 SEPTEMBER - 5 NOVEMBER
This exhibition explores the revolution in watercolour painting around 1800. It draws on Winchester's extensive collection of English works on paper and inlcudes works by Francis Towne, Thomas Girton, John Sell Cotman, and J.M.W. Turner. The exhibition shows how these artists discovered the potential of the watercolour medium to capture fleeting effects of light and atmosphere, producing richly coloured and expressive works of art.
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