V&A British Drawings Display ends April
Date Posted: 31/01/14
There's a current display at the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) in London covering British drawings from a wide span of time.
The free-to-view attraction also covers a wide range of different sorts of art and is called 'British Drawings: 1600 to the Present Day'.
It can be seen in The Julie and Robert Breckman Gallery at the V&A, has been in place since October 5th last year and is set to remain at the gallery until the spring, closing April 13th 2014.
Pieces on show include art by the likes of Blake, Van Dyck, Hockney and Rossetti.
The Victoria & Albert Museum is well placed to be visited before or after a trip to the Natural History Museum. Not only are the two museums practically right next to each other, they also provide a brilliant contrast, in terms of the sort of items on show - great for providing variety on a London break.
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