The National Portrait gallery features faces from the Tudor era onwards, while the Royal Academy of Arts offers unparalleled rotating exhibitions.
Eager to see the best of Europe’s Old Masters? We’ll visit the incomparable National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, overflowing with oeuvres by Van Gogh, Renoir, Titian and more. Want to focus more on modernism? We’ll head across the Thames to the Tate Modern, an innovative museum in a former power station that offers hundreds of works from the 1900s onward.
The best of Britain is on display at the other (original) Tate, while Impressionist and post-Impressionist works shine at the Courtauld Gallery. The National Portrait gallery features faces from the Tudor era onwards, the Royal Academy of Arts offers unparalleled rotating exhibitions (as well as Queen Victoria’s paint box), and…the list goes on.
In countless galleries, studios, and exhibition spaces scattered across the city, the next generation is making its mark on London’s thriving art scene. There’s a rich culture of multimedia street art, too, thanks to the cutting-edge creativity of individuals like D*Face. New, old, masters, neophytes – London has it all. No wonder the art aficionados keep calling.
To do London right, you need etr to lead the way. We have the experience (our first London art group visited London in 1989), the knowledge (our first office was located on King Street, an easy five minute stroll away from the Royal Academy) and the ability to make your program the most time efficient possible. Contact us today.