As well as organising our own exhibitions we also have a variety of exhibitions that are currently on tour. All our touring exhibitions are drawn from the Ashmolean's prestigious collections of Art and Archaeology and based on original research. 


Eric Kennington, Into the Trenches

Artists Under Fire: Remembering the Great War

This exhibition showcases a range of rarely seen prints, drawings and watercolours from the Ashmolean Museum’s Print Room collection. 

Banbury Museum
23 June – 27 August 2018

The Warrior's Tomb, wood engraving, 1941, Gertrude Anna Bertha Hermes (1901 - 1983)

In the Groove: Gertrude Hermes and the Natural World

This exhibition highlights Hermes’s enduring fascination with the natural world – from her Jazz Age bird, fish and flower prints to her monumental coloured linocuts of the 1950s.

Gunnersbury Park Museum
23 June – 2 September 2018 

Mishima Hiroshige's Japan

Hiroshige's Japan: Views of Mount Fuji

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858) is one of the best known of all Japanese woodblock print designers. He is particularly renowned for his landscape prints, which are among the most frequently reproduced of all Japanese works of art.

Kirkcudbright Art Gallery
28 March – 9 June 2019

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Japanese Ghosts and Demons

The ukiyo-e woodblock prints in this exhibition all date from the mid-19th century, when artists competed to satisfy the public’s appetite for images of the bizarre and macabre.

Derby Museum
21 Sep – 1 Dec 2019


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