Faces of change: Votes for Women

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The celebration of 100 years since women got the right to vote comes to Killerton

This partnership exhibition between The National Trust and the National Portrait Gallery is a celebration of 100 years since women got the right to vote and presents a national overview of the campaign for women’s suffrage from the late nineteenth century until 1918. Drawn from the National Portrait Gallery Collection, the exhibition includes well-known but also rarely seen paintings, drawings, photographs and archival documents. The display also includes portraits of those who, like Killerton’s own Gertrude Acland, did not support votes for women.

 

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