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Win tickets to the Forgotten Masters exhibition and afternoon tea for two at The Wallace Collection

Competition Ends: 06/03/2020

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Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company – Prize Draw
 
Explore extraordinary masterpieces of Indian painting, together with the exhibition catalogue and afternoon tea for two.
 
Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company is the first UK exhibition of works by Indian master painters commissioned by East India Company officials in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Curated by renowned writer and historian William Dalrymple, it is an unprecedented opportunity to see these vivid and highly original paintings together for the first time, recognising them as among the greatest masterpieces of Indian painting.
 
Comprising works from a wide variety of Indian traditions, the exhibition moves the emphasis from the Company men commissioning the works onto the brilliance of the Indian creators, and sheds light on a forgotten moment in Anglo-Indian history. Reflecting both the beauty of the natural world and the social reality of the time, these dazzling and often surprising artworks offer a rare glimpse of the cultural fusion between British and Indian artistic styles during this period.
 
In partnership with DAG
 
Find out more and book at wallacecollection.org    
 
The prize includes:
  • Two tickets to the exhibition
  • A softback catalogue accompanying the exhibition
  • Afternoon tea for two at the Wallace Restaurant

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1. Prize draw window 14/02/2020 – 06/03/2020
2. In order to enter the prize draw, entrants must fill in the entry form on this page, between 14th March 2020 and the closing date at 23:59pm on 6th, March, 2020. Each person who enters correctly will receive one entry into the prize draw. Only one entry per person is allowed. Multiple entries will be deemed invalid and excluded from the draw. No purchase is necessary to enter the prize draw.
3. All personal data captured from the entrant will only be used in accordance with the ‘Use of your data’ section outlined in the Wallace Collection privacy policy.
4. Entrants must be UK residents over 18 years of age.
5. The prize draw will take place on 9th March 2020. 1 winner will be picked at random.
6. The prize includes entry for two people to the Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company exhibition, along with afternoon tea for two at the Wallace Restaurant. The winner will also receive a softback copy of the exhibition catalogue. If one of the exhibition tickets is to be used by a child, the other ticket must be allocated to the child’s parent or guardian, who must be over the age of 18.
7. Both the afternoon tea and the exhibition tickets need to be redeemed within normal Wallace Collection opening hours, and prior to the closure of the exhibition on 19 April 2020.
8. The winner will be notified from the Wallace Collection Communications team before 16th, March, 2020.
9. The winners must respond to the winning email from Wallace Collection within 48 hours or an alternative winner will be selected at random.
10. The prize does not include payment for, or reimbursement of, any ancillary costs or expenses associated with the prize, including but not limited to those related to any subsistence, accommodation or travel. The winner and guests shall be fully responsible for all such costs.
11. The promoters of the prize draw are London Calling Arts Ltd, the Wallace Collection, and Sodexo Ltd.
12. Those involved in the promotion and execution of the prize draw, employees of Wallace Collection, London Calling Arts Ltd, Sodexo Ltd. and their families or agents are not eligible to enter.
13. The decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
14. With agreement by Wallace Collection, prizes may be transferable, but is not exchangeable and does not have equivalent cash value and no alternatives or refunds will be offered.
15. By participating in this prize draw, entrants agree to be bound by these rules and any other applicable requirements, including those set out in promotional material, all of which are governed by English law.
16. Culture Calling reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.

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