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We care for thousands of paintings at our places offering visitors some of the finest examples of art from Renaissance masterpieces to contemporary showstoppers. Browse all our content about paintings, in one place.
While a selection of the rooms in Petworth House are closed for important conservation work we are shining the light on the North Gallery and Chapel. From 5 November see an exhibit that highlights 10 masterpieces by founders and members of the Royal Academy that shaped the course of British art.
Trelissick Gallery is delighted to host artist Paul Lewin for our 2018 Summer Exhibition. In a career of some 50 shows, Paul has justly established his reputation amongst the finest contemporary painters working in Britain today. His paintings now feature in collections as far afield as Mexico, the Far East and Australia.
Book your tickets now for the William Blake in Sussex: Visions of Albion Exhibition open from 13 January 2018. Tickets are limited so please do pre-book to see this one of a kind exhibition that celebrates the artist's relationship with the county.
Discover more about our latest conservation project on 'The Adoration of the Magi' by Bosch on display in the Somerset Room and find out some newly uncovered features of this important painting.
Powis’ great halls and quiet chambers are full of portraits of real people. Delve beneath the surface of our exceptional collection of art and discover the secret messages hidden within them.
Discover the colossal conservation work that we undertake at Petworth and watch this time lapse video of the restoration of the gigantic Reynolds masterpiece 'Macbeth and the Witches'.
Saltram in Devon houses a fine collection of works by two of the founding members of the Royal Academy: Angelica Kauffman and Joshua Reynolds. As 2018 sees the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy, curator Alison Cooper discusses Saltram's important collection of works by these founder members.
The significance of Sophia’s work is invaluable and has left an incredible legacy which informs our thinking on the restoration of Belton to its former splendour.
Our painting of the Winter Queen is going on tour as part of an exhibition in Spring 2018 so won't be available to see on our staircase tours throughout 2018. But who was the Winter Queen and why was she so important to Ashdown House?
Mary Ward was a gifted scientist, author and artist who we're talking about this year as part of Women and Power.
An 18th-century townhouse in Salisbury's historic Cathedral Close. It's easy to imagine living here as you admire the plasterwork and relax in the tranquil garden.
A triptych is a work of art divided into three sections. These three-fold objects range from monumental altarpieces to private devotional objects. From Bosch to the Pre-Raphaelites, discover the beautiful examples on show at our places.
In February of this year John Singer Sargent's enigmatic portrait of Elsie Palmer returned for temporary display at Ightham Mote. Discover the fascinating connections between Sargent, the Aesthetics Movement and the medieval manor house of Ightham Mote where Elsie's portrait was painted over 125 years ago.
From contemporary art at Standen, to figurative painting at Nymans and a new group of paintings at Petworth. Take inspiration from art at these special places in Sussex this autumn.
Discover the story of a portrait fallen foul to mistaken identity. Thought to be the 17th-century Archbishop of York the subject was an entirely different great from our past.
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Nat Young captures the essence of the landscapes around Flatford with his beautiful paintings on show in the Boat House Gallery until 24 June.
The gardens at Mount Stewart are the unique creation of Edith, Lady Londonderry. The formal garden 'rooms' are suffused with rich symbolism and theatrical imagery, evoking Edith's family history and Irish legend. Discover the story of one the most celebrated and original gardens of the 20th century and the woman behind them.