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Pitzhanger Pantry in Walpole Park is open for coffee, lunch and ice cream, Wednesday - Sunday from 09:00 - 16:00. We are now open for Weddings and Civil Ceremonies in our outdoor covered colonnade. Looking to get married? Get in touch with us at private.hire@pitzhanger.org.uk

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A Rake’s Progress III: The Orgy
John Riddy: London (Garrick) 2008

Explore our range of Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives inspired gifts, books and prints. Avaliable from 18 March. Every purchase supports Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery.

Explore our range of Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives inspired gifts, books and prints. Avaliable from 18 March. Every purchase supports Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery.

Explore our range of Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives inspired gifts, books and prints. Avaliable from 18 March. Every purchase supports Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery.

Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives range

Browse the full collection of Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives gifts, books and prints in store, inspired by William Hogarth’s remarkable series of paintings, A Rake’s Progress.

In the main Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery shop, you can also find specially selected design-led gifts, inspired by Sir John Soane’s legacy and designs.

Image © Tatty Devine

Tatty Devine x Sir John Soane Museum The Arrest Necklace

Sir John Soane Museum and Tatty Devine have collaborated to create The Arrest by William Hogarth on a handmade acrylic necklace as a witty homage to A Rakes Progress.

Image © Sir John Soane Museum

A Rake Divided Hogarth Tea Towel

Designed as part of the Sue Timney Rake Divded is the A Rake Divided Hogarth unique Tea Towel. Made of 100% cotton and machine washable.

Image © Kristyna Baczynski

Make Your Own Fun

Inspired by the exhibition to express your views? Make Your Own Fun is a zine about making zines, giving tips and guidance on creating and self-publishing.

Image © Slam City Skates

Long Live Southbank

Long Live Southbank is a is a celebration of the skatboarding community and culture that has evolved at Southbank skate park. It features photography from Wig Worland, Tim Leighton-Boyce, Dominic Marley, Leo Sharp and Sam Ashley.

John Riddy Photographs

John Riddy’s Photographs, published by Steidl, is a collection of photographs exploring urban architecture and rural landscapes, including ‘London (Garrick) 2008’ that is featured in Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives

A Rake’s Progress Postcard Set

Set of eight postcards in a card wallet depicting William Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress painting series. The series depicts the social conditions of London in narrating the decline and fall of a young man, Tom Rakewell, who inherits a fortune and embarks on a profligate lifestyle in fashionable London before succumbing to financial ruin and madness.

The Secret History of Georgian London by Dan Cruickshank

Discover more about the illicit and scandalous secret life and culture that shaped eighteenth-century London.

Image © Sir John Soane Museum

A Rake Divided Tote Bag

The Rake Divided designed by Sue Timney. The Rake Divded Tote Bag is complete with inner pocket with zipper, fully lined and a zipper closing. This canvas bag measures 39 cm wide x 36 cm tall with a 13 cm gusset and 30 cm handles to hang easily over the shoulder.

Image © Tatty Devine

Tatty Devine x Sir John Soane Museum Mirror Link Necklace

Inspired by the Sir John Soane’s use of convex mirrors, Tatty Devine have created The Mirror Link necklace. Take home a beautifully crafted five laser cut and hand curved rounds of glossy iridescent acrylic on this unique quirky necklace.

Image © Sir John Soane Museum

Hogarth: Place and Progress

This exhibition catalogue includes essays by David Bindman, Bruce Boucher, Frederic Ogee and Jacqueline Riding. These essays provide fresh insights into Hogarth’s life, work and reputation, while Bindman’s catalogue of works included in the exhibition brings the social and moral geography of Hogarth’s London vividly to life.

Image © Atlantic Folk

Damn Handsome Beard Kit

As a key part of Hogarth: London Voices, London Lives, renowned artist and barber Faisal Abdu’Allah has created a live barbershop at Pitzhanger. Take the hub of social interaction in the barber shop home. The Beard Kit comes with premium handmade beard oil and moustache wax. Made with avocado oil for nutrients and moisture, along with citrus for antibacterial freshness.

Citigami London

Follow Soane and try your hand at architecture with Citygami London. Infamous buildings across London are recreated in pre-folded and die-cut cardstock pages. Build the structures at home and create a display-ready cityscape of London.

NW by Zadie Smith

Taking its title from the NW postcode area in North-West London, NW follows four Londoners – Leah, Natalie, Felix and Nathan in a council estate, as a lyrical love letter to London

Wijck London Candle

This scented candle is made especially for WIJCK, and contains all the fine scents of London. Available in smokey black, made of 100% natural soy wax and a burning time up to 60 hours.

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For the first time in more than 200 years, A Rake’s Progress will return to Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery in March 2020 as the centrepiece of a new exhibition of work by contemporary artists focusing on aspects of everyday life in London.

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Volunteers are an integral part of our offering and are essential to making Pitzhanger’s vision become a reality.

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Sir John Soane

Portrait of John Soane by William Owen, 1804. © Sir John Soane’s Museum, London.

One of Britain’s most influential architects

From 1800 to 1804 Sir John Soane, one of Britain’s most influential architects, designed and built Pitzhanger Manor as his dream country retreat in then rural Ealing.

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PITZHANGER MANOR & GALLERY
Mattock Lane, London
W5 5EQ
Reception: 020 3985 8888
Office: 020 3994 0967
pitzhanger@pitzhanger.org.uk

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