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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Our concierge was keen to offer some local recommendations, including the Royal Academy, famous for its centuries old Summer Exhibition; The Wallace Collection, a charming property displaying 18th and 19th century art; and the fascinating Handel/Hendrix House, home to musicians George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix 200 years apart.
Moore's regular visits to the Wallace Collection armoury began with his arrival in London as a student in 1921, and continued for the rest of his life.
The T S Eliot Foundation declared Hannah Sullivan as the winner of the 2018 T S Eliot Prize for her collection Three Poems, at an award ceremony held at the Wallace Collection on Monday.
The boycott has since been followed by more London art institutions, including the Skylon restaurant at the Royal Festival Hall and the internationally acclaimed Wallace Collection.
Among the cata-logues by my bed are those of New York's Frick Collection, London's Wallace Collection, and Rome's Galeria Borghese and Palazzo Doria-Pamphilj--masterpiece-filled museums that I never fail to visit.
As we were in the heart of the West End, and with Regent Street on the door-step, the temptation to indulge in a little retail therapy was strong but we resisted and instead fed our minds - rather than depleted our bank accounts - with a visit to the Wallace Collection.
As we were in the heart of the West End, and with Regent Street on the doorstep, the temptation to indulge in a little retail therapy was strong but we resisted and instead fed our minds - rather than depleted our bank accounts - with a visit to the Wallace Collection.
He was also a trustee of the Wallace Collection and a supporter of the Royal Opera House.
[euro]e second instalment comes from the Wallace Collection in London.
"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."
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.