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5 priceless masterpieces in London

Thursday, April 7, 2016 - 10:15

National Gallery

One of the most famous collections in the world, the National Gallery houses a vast range of beautiful, interesting and emotive works from Europe’s most celebrated painters. Particular highlights include George Seurat’s pointillist Bathers at Asnières, Sir Anthony Van Dyck’s regal Equestrian Portrait of Charles I and Rembrandt’s Self Portrait at the age of 34. To find out more about hosting your next event at the National Gallery, click here

Dulwich Picture Gallery

The elegances and simple grandeur of this Sir John Soane designed gallery is matched by its impressive and carefully curated permanent collection. Situated in the leafy heart of South London, the collection contains fine examples of Canaletto, Van Huysum and Sir Peter Lely. To find out more about hosting your next event at Dulwich Picture Gallery, click here

The Wallace Collection

Frans Hals’ Laughing Cavalier rightly stands as the centrepiece of this standalone collection located in Manchester House, Marylebone. As well as a seminal selection of paintings, visitors and event guests can marvel at the fine array of ceramics, armour, furniture and sculpture. To find out more about hosting your next event at The Wallace Collection, click here

National Portrait Gallery

‘Is this the face which launched 1,000 venues?’, located on the top corner of Trafalgar Square, the National Portrait Gallery has collected a striking array of the good, the bad and the ugly from medieval Europe right the way through to pop culture icons and modern business moguls. Dinner guests can look forward to being joined by history’s great and good as they dine. To find out more about hosting your next event at the National Portrait Gallery, click here

Royal Academy of Arts

No-one who walks down Piccadilly can miss the imposing courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts, usually home to a vast piece of modern sculpture. Inside this sophisticated example of Georgian architecture is a cornucopia of artistic treasures, including a collection of works from Ground-breaking British Landscape artist John Constable. To find out more about hosting your next event at the Royal Academy of Arts, click here

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