The first solo exhibition of British artist and staunch women’s suffrage activist Mary Wheelhouse
Heath Robinson Museum presents the first solo exhibition of British illustrator, toymaker, and women’s suffrage advocate Mary Vermuyden Wheelhouse (1868-1947). A dedicated suffragette and tireless supporter of women artists, writers and crafters, Wheelhouse co-founded the Artists’ Suffrage League and exhibited with the Women’s International Art Club for many years.
Featuring Wheelhouse's vivid illustrations and wooden Pomona toys created with fellow suffragette Louise Jacobs, the exhibition highlights her multifaceted artistic career spanning novel illustrations, dynamic oil paintings, and delicate dolls crafted for Liberty’s and Harrods. Explore her legacy as a staunch women's rights advocate and a serious, highly skilled artist.
How to get there
Pinner Memorial Park, West End Lane, Pinner, Middlesex, HA5 1AE
020 8866 8420
Thurs – Sun, 11am – 4pm
Exclusions and safety measures
We are delighted to be welcoming visitors back to the Heath Robinson Museum, and we need to let you know how things will work when we open our doors again.
Most importantly, visitor numbers will be limited to ensure effective social distancing and to keep everyone safe.
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