A major new permanent ceramic installation called The North Sketch Sequence has been created for Chatsworth House and is described as the ‘most important art installation at Chatsworth since the creation of the Sculpture Gallery in 1832’.
The North Sketch Sequence is open to the public from 16 3 14. It depicts the DNA of The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire and their son and daughter-in-law, Lord and Lady Burlington, in a highly original interpretation of traditional portraiture. A fifth central portrait has been created that depicts ‘Everyman’, highlighting the importance of visitors to Chatsworth.
The work has been created in association with gallerist and curator Joanna Bird.