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View Never-Before-Seen Images on Flickr

Posted on 21 October 2011

The Wallace Collection’s photographer has created a Flickr page displaying images from the Wallace Collection, some of which have not been available to view before. Visitors can now browse through her photography, which includes before-and-after shots of conserved objects, details of works of art and behind-the-scenes photos of room refurbishments. Don’t forget to check back regularly for new addition...

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Candide Blaize, Richard Wallace, on loan from the V&A
Candide Blaize, Richard Wallace, on loan from the V&A

Miniature of Sir Richard Wallace at the Wallace Collection

Posted on 06 October 2011

The most intimate surviving portrait of Sir Richard Wallace has returned to Hertford House, on long-term loan from the Victoria & Albert Museum.

This charming portrait miniature by Candide Blaize shows him at the tender age of seven, just after he had been brought by his mother Agnes Jackson to Paris, to begin life with the family of his father, the future 4th Marquess of Hertford. On display in West Gallery II.

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Attributed to Leonard Limosin, The Triumph of Galatea, c. 1560 (detail)
Attributed to Leonard Limosin, The Triumph of Galatea, c. 1560 (detail)

The Wallace Collection Launches Two New Publications

Posted on 06 October 2011

Two new major works - The Wallace Collection: Catalogue of Glass and Limoges Painted Enamels by Suzanne Higgott and Masterpieces of European Arms and Armour in the Wallace Collection by Tobias Capwell - will shed light on fascinating and less widely known areas of the Collection. New research by curators Tobias Capwell and Suzanne Higgott will help bring these world-class collections to the fore, on a par with the wonderful paintings and 18th-century deco...

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Final Exhibition Events, 22nd-23rd September

Posted on 22 September 2011

Don't miss out on the last few glimpses into the unique work of our Associate Artist.

On Thursday 22nd September join Associate Artist Kevin Coates at 1pm for a very special final tour of his exhibition Time Regained (free of charge).

On Friday 23rd September, due to popular demand, Kevin Coates will be joined once again by Professor Christopher Cook on a special tour of the Great Gallery at 2pm. Meet them as they discuss some of the...

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