Courtauld Gallery


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  • Address:

    Courtauld Gallery Somerset House
    The Strand
    WC2R 0RN

  • Venue phone:

    020 7872 0220

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  • Opening hours:

    Daily 10am-6pm (last adm 5.30pm).

  • Transport:

    Tube: Temple/Covent Gdn

  • Price:

    £6; £5 concs; £3 Mon (inc public holidays); Free to Friends of The Courtauld, under-18s, full-time UK students, unwaged, and with National Art Pass

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What's on at Courtauld Gallery



Bruegel to Freud

Prints and editions

Approximately thirty exceptional prints that span over 500 years and demonstrate a range of printmaking techniques are exhibited in this summer showcase. Among these works include Andrea Mantegana’s engraving of The Flagellation of Christ (1465-1970),...

  1. Tue Sep 2 – Sun Sep 21
  2. Courtauld Gallery
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Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude

Drawing and illustration, Masterpiece

Few people captured the human body with the obsessive fleshy intensity of Egon Schiele. The Viennese painter, and protégé of the great Austrian master Gustav Klimt, showed the human body in all its odd, contorted and bumpy glory. So it’s safe to assume...

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude
  1. Thu Oct 23 – Sun Jan 18 2015
  2. Courtauld Gallery
  3. £6, £5 concs
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D. Minnick

What a pleasant surprise, to walk into such a collection as is now at the Courtauld, and find the art experience we were looking for in London without being overwhelmed or asked not to photograph. The presentations were excellent, almost a history of art through the ages, and the representative artists, especially the master impressionists and the Jane Avril collection, was so unexpected. We also were treated to "free Monday", and were not required to pay any fee whatsoever to enjoy this amazing gallery. Well done, Courtauld!