THE MUSGRAVE COLLECTION HAS CLOSED FOR LACK OF FUNDING.
THE COLLECTION HAS BEEN CATALOGUED AND ARCHIVED - WE HOPE TO MOUNT EXHIBITIONS IN THE FUTURE.
In the meantime, twenty of the paintings depicting incidents from the life of St. Paul are on indefinite display at
St. Elisabeth's Church,
268 Victoria Drive,
See the church's website for details.
GEORGE HAMILTON MUSGRAVE
19/10/1915 - 26/11/2012
“One of the most fascinating exhibitions in the U.K“
-- Artworld Magazine, April/May 2008
77 Seaside Road,
Open 3rd May – End of October
Tuesday – Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm
About Musgrave Museum in Eastbourne
George Musgrave created a private museum on a quiet shopping street in the southern English seaside town of Eastbourne. Among the charity shops, souvenir emporiums, newsagents and decaying hotels, the Musgrave Collection is an unusual and somewhat startling enterprise. Artist, designer, filmmaker, storyteller, collector, George Musgrave had, at ninety years of age, created a museum around his own life, interests and collections, constructing an idiosyncratic, self-curated, vision of a personal archive.