Winston Spencer Churchill, born at Blenheim Palace in 1874, always held a special affection for his birthplace and was a regular visitor to the UNESCO World Heritage Site. A lover of art and talented artist, Churchill spent much time painting the vistas of the Palace, along with inspiring places that he visited during his lifetime.
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In 2019, visitors have a unique opportunity to view a collection of Churchill’s original paintings that will be on display in the Long Library. The main works are oil on canvas impressionist inspired landscapes, painted whilst Churchill was on holiday in the South of France and Morocco. Works include: ‘Marrakech’, ‘Coast Scene on the Riviera’ and ‘Boat in Cannes Harbour’.
To purchase tickets go to https://www.blenheimpalace.com/book/