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Farley Arts Trust

farleyfarmPatron            Baron Fellowes of West Stafford

The Farley Arts Trust takes its inspiration from the lives and works of Roland Penrose and Lee Miller. They lived at Farley Farm in East Sussex which came to be known as ‘The Home of The Surrealists in England’ and holds a a dazzling collection of artistic treasures.

Farley Farm House became a meeting place for many of the most influential artists of the 20th century including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Max Ernst, Man Ray, Paul Éluard and Henry Moore.

The Trust’s activities include an education programme and an exciting range of student art projects.

Registered Charity Number 1104210AASUPPORTERRGB smaller

rpSir Roland Penrose
English Surrealist painter, poet and major promoter and collector of modern art. The champion of Surrealism in Britain.

lmLee Miller
Famous surrealist photographer whose work includes some of the most powerful war time photography of the 20th century.