EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND: Step into the extraordinary world of exquisite craftsmanship and historical significance at this new exhibition by the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers.
This display celebrates the 400th anniversary of the publication of William Shakespeare’s First Folio.
02.12.2023 – 23.03.2024 London's Roman Amphitheatre
Explore two of the best-preserved Roman sites in London with archaeologist Dr Andrew Lane.
A revolving programme of family activities may have you heading into the Roman Amphitheatre and hearing tales of Roman conquests, or creating crafts from the Victorian paintings surrounding you.
About Guildhall Art Gallery
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You can play an important part in developing the City of London's art collection and securing its future.
The first Guildhall Art Gallery was built in 1885 to display the City of London Corporation's growing art collection.
The Gallery's collection of London paintings opens a window onto unusual, memorable and colourful scenes from the city's history.
Liz Johnson Artur, born in 1964, Bulgaria, lives and works in London.
Access collections history to learn about collections bequeathed to the City of London's Guildhall Art Gallery.
Visitors can now explore the Guildhall Art Gallery's collections online from a range of different platforms.
Access City of London's Guildhall Art Gallery online and find out what to do to reproduce one of our images, copyright and requesting a viewing.
The Guildhall Art Gallery has a small team of trained and experienced paintings and frames conservators who care for and preserve the works.
In 2019 'La Ghirlandata' by Dante Gabriel Rossetti underwent a year-long conservation project to restore the painting and its original frame.
‘Pomegranates’ is one of the first paintings in which Albert Moore (1841–1893) showed a commitment to what has been loosely termed ‘Aestheticism’.
Painting of frozen River Thames and London Bridge in the background 'London Bridge' by Daniel Turner, before conservation treatment.
The conservation of the ‘Portrait of Doctor Joseph Joaquim’ c.1876, by James Archer.
'Gladioli and Roses' 1880 by Henri Fantin-Latour was treated by Claire Shepherd during her postgraduate internship at the Guildhall Art Gallery.
Schools and Families
Visit Guildhall Art Gallery and London's Roman Amphitheatre to enjoy specially designed family activities.
Immerse your students in art and history with a visit to Guildhall Art Gallery and London's Roman Amphitheatre. We offer a diverse programme of activities.
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