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An ink drawing by Henry William Bunbury. It depicts a person on a horse jumping over a fence a person watching and a large house in the background.

‘Whimsical, perverse, and idle’, The Art of Henry William Bunbury (1750–1811)

June 17October 29

This exhibition is drawn from the large collection at Gainsborough’s House of over 200 paintings, prints, drawings and manuscripts by Suffolk-born Henry William Bunbury, one of the most popular amateur artists of the late-eighteenth century, best known for his lively satires and caricatures of Georgian society.