An exhibition exploring the world of artist-author HergéStepping inside the wonderfully eccentric world of artist-author Hergé and Tintin (SnSn, for the scientifically minded), his intrepid young reporter, this exhibition explores the evolution of the artwork of Hergé, from the simplicity of early newspaper strips to the genre-defining graphic work of the later books. Drawing on the archives of the Hergé Museum in Belgium, Tintin: Hergé’s Masterpiece features pencil sketches, character drawings, and watercolours alongside original artwork from the finished stories.
Arrive at the Terrace Rooms between 10am and 5.15pm. Longer opening hours apply on Thurdays and Fridays, last entry 8:15pm. Entry cannot be guaranteed.