The top floor of the gallery is full of art gems. It is a must for anyone who loves the impressionists.
About The Courtauld Gallery
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For starters, the location is fantastic. The building is a piece of art unto itself. If you love Impressionist art this is the museum for you. Every famous artist you can think of is represented here, and not just secondary works. I did think it...More
A small jewel, great impressionist and near modern collection with the best of each artist. Well displayed and lighted. Very doable in 2 hours and does not overwhelm with quantity or lesser works.
Lovely art and not crowded with school kids on field trips. Beautiful building. A great environment for viewing art.
If you like impressionists paintings you WILL be blown away. Every time I'm in London I visit and there's always new hangings from their extensive at hives, in a word, brilliant!
My son and I came across this Gem just off The Strand - more as a shelter than anything else ! For once the weather was a blessing - my goodness, we nearly missed this modest, uncrowded, delightful Courtauld Gallery. A great collection of art...More
The museum is located inside the Somerset House It has a beautiful collection of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings. There is work works from medieval to modern times. It was formed largely from donations. in total, there are 530 paintings and over 26,000 drawings and prints....More
On a more human scale than the 'monster galleries', the Courtauld chooses interesting exhibitions on a modest scale that are not as overcrowded as Tate Modern and the like.
The building is a treasure, and the art is superb. A delight to visit. We also enjoyed lunching there. Highly recommended, and not as jammed up as many of the London treasures are.