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The Cheshire Hunt (now back on show) painted by Manchester-based artist Henry Calvert (1798-1869) in 1839, is the largest painting at Tatton and depicts several Egerton family members enjoying the then fashionable activity of fox hunting. It is now back on show in the grand Mansion entrance Hall and still provides the huge and impressive impact it had on visitors in the 19th and 20th Century.
Manchester School of Art presents 'Inspired by Tatton' Present - 17th May A dazzling display of contemporary design and illustration from talented young designers who have responded creatively to the historic grounds and collections of Tatton Park. The exhibition in the Mansion features unique textiles, jewellery, ceramics and glass.
Cristina Rodrigues 'Guardian Angels' Thursday 21st May - Sunday 4th October Manchester based Portuguese artist Cristina Rodrigues brings her fascinating form of art to the opulent staterooms of Tatton's Mansion. Her textiles draw inspiration from the the Mansion and stories from women of the North West. More info on the exhibition page>>