After an ambitious three-year transformation project, The Courtauld Gallery reopened in November 2021. The Courtauld is home to one of the world’s great art collections, and is located in the North Wing of Somerset House, Strand, WC2R 0RN. The Courtauld’s much-loved collection includes paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and decorative arts ranging from the Renaissance through to the 20th century. The Gallery is renowned for its remarkable group of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, including the world-famous A Bar at the Folies Bergère by Édouard Manet, Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear by Vincent van Gogh and the most significant collection of works by Cézanne in the UK.
Do join this visit by booking your own ticket, on line (link here) direct with the Courtauld Gallery for Tuesday 21 February, for the 10.30 slot and emailing Mary Aird, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to let her know you are joining this visit. Mary Aird will meet you in the entrance hall by the ticket desk from 10.15. Wander around the galleries at your own pace and Mary Aird will give a suggested time to gather for a coffee/tea in The Art Café on the ground floor.
Please check the website for up to date guidelines regarding any Covid restrictions, and to see if you would also like to visit their special exhibition, see below, which will have just opened.
Denise Coates Exhibition Galleries
10 February – 29 May 2023
A major exhibition of new and recent works by Peter Doig – including paintings and works on paper created since the artist’s move from Trinidad to London in 2021.
Weekday entry to the permanent collection: £9.00pp or £11.00pp with donation.
Free entry to Courtauld Friends and Art Fund members
Additional ticket required if visiting the special exhibition
Nearest Tube station (allow 15 mins): Temple and Covent Garden