While Arundel Castle’s story begins with its construction in 1067, its art lighting has been brought to 2023, with the installation of the TM Goodwood Picture Light to illuminate its magnificent art collection.
Over a hundred picture lights have been individually focussed for masterpieces in the collection displayed across its galleries, halls and corridors. Our high colour rendition lighting has illuminated works in the care of the Duke of Norfolk, by artists including Anthony van Dyck, Peter Paul Rubens, Thomas Gainsborough, Sir Joshua Reynolds, and Antonio Canaletto. Within spaces such as the Great Hall (pictured right) our lights are dimmable, ensuring our lighting can create the right ambience whether the spaces are being experienced as a home, museum or event space.
The TM Goodwood Picture Light is powered by TM Lighting’s true colour LED module (97CRI), which ensures uniform light projection, further enhanced by its deep hood for added glare control. It comfortably lights canvases up to 4 metres in height and can be precisely set to conservation standards for each artwork ensuring museum-grade lighting is achieved. The Goodwood picture light belongs to our classic picture light range and integrates seamlessly with historic and heritage settings.
Photography by Andrew Beasley