This broad survey of art and the occult extends from William Blake in the early 19th century to the present day, taking in Victorian spiritualists such as Georgiana Houghton and Barbara Honywood, the drawings of Grace Pailthorpe and other Surrealists, and contemporary artists like Suzanne Treister who have used art as a medium to explore the unseen realms of the spirit. Find out more from the Drawing Room’s website; you can also read Sophie Ruigrok’s article on the exhibition for Apollo here.
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