Flaming June: The Making Of An Icon

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For the first time since it left for exhibition at the Royal Academy in 1895, Flaming June: The Making of an Icon brings back this iconic work of 19th century British art to the house in which it was painted and reunites it with the other pictures shown by Leighton in that year – his final submission, made only months before his death in 1896. The Maid with Golden Hair, Twixt Hope and Fear and Candida will be loaned from private collections with Lachrymae coming from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Flaming June from the Museo de Arte de Ponce.

Venue Details & Map

Leighton House Museum

12 Holland Park Road
W14 8LZ
+44 (0)20 7602 3316
Public transport:
Turn left out of the station down the High Street. Take the first right after the Commonwealth Institute into Melbury Road, then first left into Holland Park Road.

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