The National Gallery houses the national collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century.
The Wallace Collection is a national museum in an historic London town house.
S&D Gallery showcases and promotes both International established Contemporary Artists and newly emerging talents.
Tate Liverpool presents displays of work from the Tate collection alongside special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.
The Fan Museum is the UK's only museum devoted entirely to every aspect of fans and fan making.
Our history is embedded in the objects that we have invented, made and used. Visit a cultural history of industrialisation from 1750 to the present.
Poussin and Claude are to be found in abundance in this gallery.
The Roman occupation of Britain dramatically transformed the material culture of the province. Imported goods and settlers created a diverse society.
Death and the afterlife held particular significance and meaning for the ancient Egyptians. Complex funeral preparations and rites were undertaken.
A selection of portraits from 1485 to 1603, many of which are on display at the Gallery or at Montacute House, our regional partner in Somerset.
Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart, c. 1638 was painted by Sir Anthony Van Dyck and is held in the National Gallery, London, UK.
Still Life with Plaster Cast, c. 1895 was painted by Paul Cezanne and is held in the Courtauld Institute, London, UK.
Sun Setting Over a Lake, c,1840 was painted by Turner and is held in the National Gallery, London, UK.
Painting 1927, 1927 was created by Joan Miro. It is held in the Tate Collection, London, UK.
The Fighting Temeraire 1838 was painted by Turner and is held in the National Gallery, London, UK.