To the world’s largest, most comprehensive collection of artworks by William and Evelyn De Morgan.
This Victorian husband and wife artistic duo defied the expectations of the age through their uniquely equal marriage and beautiful artworks.
The collection is cared for by the De Morgan Foundation, established in 1965 by Wilhelmina Stirling.
Bring Winifred Home
We have a rare and exciting opportunity to secure one of Evelyn De Morgan’s rare portraits for display.
Please donate now to help us bring this wonderful painting back to Cannon Hall.
Now the home of the De Morgan Museum, Cannon Hall was once a family home to Evelyn De Morgan and her cousin Winifred Bulwer who is depicted in the portrait.
The De Morgan Museum
Located on the top floor of Cannon Hall in Barnsley, the De Morgan Museum presents the best of William and Evelyn De Morgans’ artworks in colourful galleries.
Cannon Hall, Bark House Lane, Cawthorne, Barnsley, S75 4AT
Tuesday to Sunday 11am – 4pm.
Open everyday 11am – 4pm during School holidays.
Bear and Hare Plate by William De Morgan (c.1880)
The collection is available to visit in exhibitions at museums and galleries across the globe. Each has been carefully curated to highlight a particular artwork, or to delve deeper into the themes and social issues important to the artists which shaped their artworks and lives.
Join us from the comfort of your own home for our popular online lecture series. When you purchase a digital ticket, you will receive an email with a link to download your digital ticket with the information to join the Zoom lecture.
DOWNLOAD LECTURES ON DEMAND
Enjoy a recording of a De Morgan Lecture on Demand when it suits you! Simply purchase this lecture and receive a link to download the recording at checkout.