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GuildhallArtGallery
"A collection of art treasures worthy of the capital city". A changing display of 250 artworks, featuring historical works and Victorian Pre-Raphaelites.
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City of London Jun 18
Highlights from at featuring work from over 60 artists, including Lucian Freud, Canaletto, and Catherine Yass, to tell the story of London’s ever-changing landscape, streets and buildings over four centuries
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 17
This view of London from Greenwich Park attributed to Jan Vorsterman was painted in c.1678 when the sights of the city were quite different. Discover more views of London over time in our new exhibition . Image © Guildhall Art Gallery
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 15
How many of London's famous bridges can you spot in this panorama by David Thomas? Image © Guildhall Art Gallery
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 13
The first four bridges of are going to be lit this summer. Visit the Guildhall Art Gallery to see original architectural drawings and animations of the project displayed alongside historic Thames paintings.
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 10
Don't we all love a sun-drenched London street? This one in Greenwich is painted by Clifford Charman. Come and visit and see London through the eyes of artists through the ages. Image © Guildhall Art Gallery
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 10
If you're an artist based in London with a portfolio of mainly 2D work then this is the opportunity for you. Applications are now open for the first Artist in Residence for Guildhall. Find out about and apply for this exciting new opportunity:
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 7
Don't forget that under 12s get in free to our new exhibition, . And as tomorrow is a Second Saturday Family Day, children can bring an adult in for free too!
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 7
Tomorrow's Second Saturday Family Day is Roman-themed and as always, completely FREE! Inspired by the remains of London’s Roman Amphitheatre, you can create Roman coins and jewellery and handle 2000-year-old objects. Drop in 10am-4pm.
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 6
It's hard to believe that the wilderness of Hackney Marshes is just a few miles away from the City of London! Depicted here by Julian Perry in 1995, this abstract oil painting contrasts residential tower blocks with lush marsh. Image © Guildhall Art Gallery
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Illuminated River Jun 5
Visit us at to see the art that has inspired Leo Villareal’s vision, including works by John Atkinson Grimshaw, Frank Brangwyn and Norman Wilkinson. The exhibition is running alongside ©
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 4
there’s a secret gladiator arena buried under the City? Read all about it in this week's .
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 3
that this year Blackfriars Bridge celebrates its 150th birthday? It was opened on the same day as Holborn Viaduct. This 1995 view by Anthony Lowe shows both road and railway bridges crossing the Thames. Image © Guildhall Art Gallery
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 2
With feedback like this, who wouldn't want to involve volunteers in their service? "I’m just very grateful for having been given this lovely opportunity. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it and would love to come back in time."
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GuildhallArtGallery Jun 1
Day 1 of - Thank you to all our fantastic volunteers! Thank you for making the such a fantastic place to visit.
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GuildhallArtGallery May 31
We're looking forward to starting tomorrow. Volunteers do amazing things for public sector organisations as well as charities Here's how to get involved:
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London Festival of Architecture May 31
From the 17th century to the present day, 's 'Architecture of London' exhibition offers visitors an extraordinary insight into London’s ever-evolving topography through the eyes of artists who have been & still are, captivated by our city 🖼
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GuildhallArtGallery May 31
opens today! Don't miss this exciting exhibition and your chance to see some of the most iconic pieces of art inspired by London's cityscape. Find out more here:
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GuildhallArtGallery May 30
This morning we hosted a preview of our new exhibition with featured artist Catherine Yass. We can’t wait for you to come and visit the show, which opens tomorrow! Find out more here: .
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The Guardian May 30
Art of the city: London as seen by painters
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GuildhallArtGallery May 29
Brendan Neiland captures soaring glass and steel structures typical of the era’s corporate architecture. Mirrored light conveys worlds of culture and nature, technology and spirit. Where do you think you can find this building? Image © Guildhall Art Gallery
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