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Hans Memling, Angel with a Sword, Belgium, 1479-80
Hans Memling, Angel with a Sword, Belgium, 1479-80

Christmas Treats from the Wallace Collection

Posted on 11 December 2009

Still deciding what to buy for your friends and family this Christmas?

*  Why not treat them to their own print of one of the Wallace Collection’s many masterpieces. Available framed or unframed, and in a variety of finishes, we are offering 10% off all prints sold through Wallace Prints until 31st December.  If you need the print to arrive before Christmas we can take orders for UK delivery up until 20th December (or 18th December for framed prints).[...

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The Wallace Collection rated 7th most popular attraction in London

Posted on 26 October 2009

The Wallace Collection has received an "excellent" rating status from visitors who shared their opinions on TripAdvisor. We have also been named the 7th most popular attraction within the Capital out of 1229. Recent reviews include the following;

"The children may well love it, fantastic collection of armour, paintings pottery etc, everything will take you way more time to see than you expect. Do allow at least 4 hours to visit, really great collection...

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Take a peek at our sumptuous newly refurbished rooms

Posted on 04 October 2009

An extensive and sympathetic ongoing refurbishment of the State Rooms has truly brought them to life; visitors can now get really close to the French Royal Court; hear the original 18th century clocks chime and floorboards creak. Each room has its own theme; the Study houses the largest collection of Marie-Antoinette’s belongings in the world, the Oval Drawing Room is inspired by Louis XV’s fascinating mistress, Madame de Pompadour and is home to Fragonard’s deli...

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Contemporary Art and the Old Masters Lecture Series

Posted on 28 September 2009

Contemporary Art and the Old Masters Lecture Series Booking essential - 020 7563 9551, The presentation of Damien Hirst’s No Love Lost, Blue Paintings at the Wallace Collection highlights the intense and sometimes surprising links which relate contemporary art to old artistic traditions well before Modern Art. A series of lunchtime lectures sets out to explor...

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