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The final entry in a series of “letters” that Helen Stichel has addressed to the artist Cynthia Pell (1933-1977).
The second in a series of "letters" from Helen Stichel has addressed to the artist Cynthia Pell (1933-1977).
Here is the first in a series of “letters” that Helen Stichel has addressed to the artist Cynthia Pell (1933-1977).
Our work placement student (and aspiring artist) Shannon looked at "Numb" by artist Lisa Biles, the first artwork to greet you when you visit the Bethlem Museum of the Mind.
Find out more about the life and work of artist Cynthia Pell.
Celebrate World Sleep Day with Brian Charnley’s ‘Sleep’…..
Guest blogger Olivia Bladen turns the spotlight onto Sketch of an Idea for Crazy Jane, a lesser known work of the Victorian fairy painter Richard Dadd.
"Scaling the Citadel" curator Rebecca Lodge takes a deeper look at one of Stanley Lench's earliest works, "Dancing Cats."
A look in to the rising recognition of art to mental health in our cultural institutions, by Bethlem Museum volunteer Georgina.
A peek into the vibrant world of Stanley Lench, written by one of our volunteers.
Nearly 100 paintings from the Bethlem collection can be seen online thanks to a hugely ambitious project by the BBC and the Public Catalogue Foundation.
This month's 'In the Frame' is written by Mansions in the Orchard Researcher, Dr Jennifer Walke.