Harrow School and Photography Exhibition
- Harrow School - Old Speech Room Gallery |
Harrow was founded in 1572 under a royal charter granted by Elizabeth I to John Lyon, a local farmer. His new School House was completed in 1615, and so began Harrow’s gradual – if not uninterrupted – growth towards fame. This visit features the Exhibition of Harrovian Photographers: Innovation through the Generations. The curator, photographer Rupert Sagar-Musgrove, introduces the show of work, which features images by such luminaries as William Henry Fox Talbot, Cecil Beaton and Lord Lichfield. Afternoon tea is followed by a guided tour of the school.