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Adopt an Artwork

Help us breathe new life into some of our more vulnerable artworks.

With over 4000 items to care for in our collection, the long-term preservation of our most vulnerable works is one our biggest challenges. You can help by adopting an artwork through our popular adoption scheme.

Choose from our list of works on paper needing a little extra love and attention, including works by Gillian Ayres and Julian Trevelyan, and enjoy a number of rewards including behind the scenes access to the artworks.

Download the full list

Featured works

Abstract print with brightly coloured abstract design with fish like forms

Gillian Ayres, Maldonada (2017)

Edition 9/65. Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (The Golder – Thompson Gift, 2017)

Julian Trevelyan, Holy Ganges (1968)

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (The Golder – Thompson Gift, 2017)

Keith Vaughan, Two Figures by a Torn Tree Branch (c.1946)

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (Presented by Mr Gerard Hastings and Mr David Evans, 2011)

Abstract, with green, blue and red placed on paper in semi-random manner, red allowed to drip and run down painting. The blue shapes suggest a river in a landscape.

Norman Bluhm, Green with Blue and Red (1957)

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (Kearley Bequest, through The Art Fund, 1989)

How we thank you

By helping to support the Gallery in this way, you’ll receive:

  • Exclusive access to the artwork during and after the conservation process
  • A personalised certificate
  • Before and after conservation photos
  • An official thank you letter from our Director

Contact us

Talk to our Development team about adopting an artwork:

Clare Hindle [head of development)
+44 (0)1243 770839