Somerset house . great design. Courtauld gallery filled with treasured paintings across the centuries.
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The collection is wonderful, and so is the stting, at Somerset House. Some of the great impressionist´s paintings are there. Very good visit!
Lots more here than I expected, including lots of original art. This gallery is also walking distance to other museums so even though there is not as much here it is worth stopping in.
We visited to use up some time before we could check in at our hotel and as our Art Fund pass gave us free entry. The range of art, paintings, furniture and sculptures is very good and has many pieces that we like. The building...More
A must for a fan of late 19th and early 20th century painting. This was our second visit so we were able to pace ourselves. Will definitely be back.
Very nice gallery. Not overcrowded so you can watch each piece as long as you want in quiet. Excellent paintings of Van gogh, Cezanne, Gaugin. Must see!
The Courtauld Gallery in Somerset House near Temple tube station in central London has the most wonderful collection of French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings. If you love the impressionists, this is a must visit when in London. It is one of the best collections of...More
Very centrally located in Somerset House, north side of Waterloo Bridge. Nearest tube Temple. This gallery houses some really classic impressionist and post-impressionist art. Manet's "The Bar at the Follies Bergere", Cezanne, Van Gogh, Seurat, Gaugin, Derain. A truly amazing collection. Staircase is a bit...More
My wife and I love the Courtauld and never miss a chance to visit it. It is not only the fact that it's a smallish museum and "doable" in a couple of hours. It's because the artwork is world class and very beautiful, from the...More