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Govmt Art Collection
The UK Government Art Collection collects works of art to promote British art and artists. Works are placed in British Government buildings worldwide.
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A powerful allegorical painting by James Pryde, The Monument (c.1916-7), a decayed statue of a Roman soldier in a desolate landscape as Europe was torn by war; on loan now to the Fitzwilliam Museum for 'Beggarstaffs: William Nicholson & James Pryde' exhibition
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Govmt Art Collection May 14
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Govmt Art Collection May 14
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Govmt Art Collection May 14
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Govmt Art Collection May 13
A passionate collector & patron of the great baroque artist Sir Godfrey Kneller, Queen Mary II transformed both the interior & exterior of Hampton Court & Kensington Palace with her impeccable taste. Portrayed here in robes of state by William Wessing
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Stephen Bennett May 9
Highlights from joke workshop at with & . Helping make the & “Joke’s On Us!” show more participatory, inclusive - and devilishly amusing.
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Govmt Art Collection May 7
Art explores the forest; find out more about GAC's May featured works Clare Woods' Grim's Ditch (2007) and Sir Jacob Epstein's Epping Forest (1933); ; on show at The View, London E4 7QH
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Govmt Art Collection May 7
'I think a lot of my work is not fighting with architecture, but instead, working with it'. 's vibrant sculptures invite us to look at art from new perspectives. What's your ? On show Image credit:
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Carrot + Cotton May 1
How wonderful is this? In the unit next to us in , as part of , you can find this fab piece of art created by Mel Brimfield. It has been chosen to reflect the diversity and creativity of . We love it!
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Govmt Art Collection Apr 29
We are over the moon to have launched Ways of Seeing with . Discover Cadence, an enchanting video by on show at the Lee Valley Riding Centre. Image credit: Matt Crossick/PA Wire
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Govmt Art Collection Apr 29
We can't wait to come and see Michael's work again - those fish have the best view! 🐠
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Apr 24
A huge thanks to , and for making this spectacular project possible!
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Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 Apr 26
Discover this weekend. 68 artworks by 33 artists in 28 locations are waiting to be found. Maybe you will find artwork by Emma Hart in Library Download a map from our website
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Michael Ellis Apr 24
This morning I visited Walthamstow to launch the Government Art Collection exhibition - a wonderful journey of art displayed throughout the borough for everyone to enjoy.
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Abigail Viner Apr 24
So proud of this amazing project -been keeping us a bit busy for the last few months
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LDNMayor Culture Apr 24
Deputy Mayor of Culture & Creative Industries said “With so many Londoners not getting access to culture - Sadiq’s mantra is culture on your doorstep – and ‘Ways of Seeing’ absolutely embodies this.”
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Govmt Art Collection Apr 23
Ethelbert White's Early Spring celebrates life and poignantly recalls loss. Painted in the spring of 1919, its dug earth recalls wartime trenches, with green shoots as signs of rebirth. The two figures resemble those in an earlier French painting - which one?
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Govmt Art Collection Apr 23
Really looking forward to this, can't wait to come along!
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Govmt Art Collection Apr 15
'Buy Hyacinths to feed your soul', wrote the great 13 century Persian poet Saadi. This delicate aquatint showing the highly fragrant blue & white flowers is part of the sumptuous 18 century botanical publication 'Temple of Flora'. Currently on display
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The Mill Apr 11
Join us tonight for the launch of The Joke's On Us Exhibition, 6:30-8:30pm. Everyone welcome! Featuring The Joke Stack by , from , and 's favourite jokes! Part of
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