Wallace Collection

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Wallace Collection:

see under Wallace, Sir RichardWallace, Sir Richard,
1818–90, English art collector. The illegitimate son of the marquess of Hertford, he inherited in 1871 his father's superb collection of continental art, which he had helped to build.
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Historically, the British gentleman who did the Grand Tour was open to the whole universe of art right up to contemporary--look at the Wallace Collection.
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Our founder, Lady Barber, stated that the quality of the works in our collection should be "of exceptional and outstanding merit" and emulate that of the works in the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection, so this is a particularly apposite addition.
Founder Jemma-Jade William has planned events for various high-profile clients, ranging from a charity gala for the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, at the renowned Wallace Collection, to a luncheon hosted by an Abu Dhabi sheikh.
Which famous painting by Frans Hals is exhibited at the Wallace Collection in London?
Chair of the judging panel, Ian Duhig, formally announced Morrissey as this year's the winner at the T S Eliot Prize Award Ceremony in the Courtyard of the Wallace Collection on 13 January 2014.
These two form a fitting conclusion as they reveal why this, taken in conjunction with the show of its own Murillos currently at the Wallace collection, is the most significant exhibition of the painter's work in Britain for some 30 years and unmissable for anyone interested in his devotional art in particular.
Joining those two releases are new editions from Retromedia's RetroGold catalog: “The Edgar Wallace Collection Volume 1” and “The Edgar Wallace Collection Volume 2.
In Stewards of the Nation's Art Andrea Geddes Poole provides a meticulous, carefully argued study of the composition and concerns of the boards of trustees of London's four great fine arts institutions: the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Gallery and the Wallace Collection.
Sir John Ritblat, chairman of the Wallace Collection wrote: "I think the Treasury are absolutely demented and yes, it might affect how and what I choose to donate.
Emerging in London with the Wallace Collection, the "collection" museum spread rapidly in Gilded Age America.
If you fancy something a little different, just off the High Street is The Wallace Collection, a private art collection open to the public in a free-to-enter national museum and currently celebrating its 110th anniversary.