A sizeable crowd gathered for the unveiling which was combined with a preview of 'Around the World in 18 Frames' and a special showing of 'The English in Aix'
Aix Les Bains rests on the shores of Lake Bourget and was a fashionable choice for Victorians (and Victoria herself) escaping the English Winter.
Claire Delorme of the Grapevine association from Aix was a special guest at the unveiling - Grapevine celebrates and explores the English connection and has done much to enhance Alfred East's reputation in the French resort ...
(Friends President Phillip Hollobone MP along with the Mayor, Gallery Officer Katie Coleman and Claire Delorme in front of a revealed Lake Bourget)
The conservation was funded by the Friends of Kettering Art Gallery and Museum
You can see Alfred East's Lake Bourget from Mont Revard in the Small Gallery ... drop by during the day or make an evening of it at the Friends AGM (which will be followed by a talk by outgoing Chair John Wilson on the theme of Friends Associations around the world) ..
There is so much more going on.
Coming up in April
Exhibition Preview ... Fill This Space: Thursday 13th April
AGM and talk: Wednesday 19th April