This new exhibition is part of an ongoing project by the Courtauld Gallery which is designed to reignite links between the collection and its industrial heritage.

The initiative sees the Gallery engaging with communities living in areas near to where textile company Courtaulds Ltd once had a significant industrial presence.

One such place is Wolverhampton, where a Courtaulds factory was in operation from 1927 to 1970. 
The exhibition comprises three prestigious early 20th century British paintings on loan from the Courtauld Gallery.

The paintings can be viewed alongside the Wolverhampton Society of Artists Centenary Exhibition.  

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