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Discover our Art Collections and Picture Gallery

The Picture Gallery is currently closed to the public. This is a precaution, in response to the announcement by the UK government regarding its move into the ‘delay’ phase of its response to coronavirus (Covid-19).

See the coronavirus updates page for more information and advice.

The College’s art collection includes world-class paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and watercolours including works by William Powell Frith, John Everett Millais and Edward Burne-Jones. Recent additions to the collection include works by Augustus John and Graham Sutherland.

The Thomas Holloway collection of Victorian paintings are housed in our stunning Grade 1 listed Picture Gallery. 

 

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