Demystifying Beatrix Potter

Join V&A curator Annemarie Bilclough as she discusses how the museum came to hold the world's largest collection of Beatrix Potter material following a generous bequest

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  • V&A South Kensington

    Cromwell Road
    London, SW7 2RL

  • Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre

  • Free event

Past Event
Demystifying Beatrix Potter photo

Join the curator of the upcoming exhibition Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature, Annemarie Bilclough, as she tells us about collector Leslie Linder, whose bequest to the museum means that the V&A now looks after the largest collection of Beatrix Potter material in the world. Learn more about Linder’s work decoding Potter, including her secret journal, which led to new discoveries about Beatrix Potter’s life and work.

Header image: Watercolour and pencil drawing of a gentleman mouse bowing beside a teacup; variant illustration for The Tailor of Gloucester; drawn by Beatrix Potter, probably in 1903; Linder Bequest © Victoria and Albert Museum, London