Wed 17 Jul 2013
A free exhibition on British drawings in October will feature work by John Constable, Lucien Freud and William Blake. oweto Kinch among the performers at August’s free festival.
July 17, 2013, 11:09 am – /EPR NETWORK/ — The Victoria & Albert Museum in South Kensington has announced a small exhibition that will run from October through to April 2014 celebrating British Drawings: 1600 To The Present Day. The V&A is best known for its blockbuster exhibitions – such as the current record-breaking David Bowie Is…, but the museum also holds regular fascinating small exhibitions to showcase some of the many treats from its vast collection of international art, sculpture and textile. The museum is located in central London close to all major stations, including Waterloo. Visitors to London looking for hotels near Waterloo should visit LondonTown.com, London’s best website for tracking down the best London hotels.
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