12 January 2023

19 May 2022

Edvard Munch Masterpieces Set To Open At The Courtauld Gallery

A significant collection of works by Edvard Munch will be exhibited in the UK for the first time at The Courtauld Gallery.

1 July 2021

Vincent van Gogh Self-Portraits Exhibition Announced By Courtauld Gallery

An exhibition devoted to Vincent van Gogh’s self-portraits across his entire career will take place at The Courtauld Gallery.

24 July 2018

Visit The Courtauld Gallery Before It Closes For £50m Refurbishment

This summer will be the last chance to visit The Courtauld Gallery before it closes on 3 September for a two-year or more and £50m major redevelopment programme.

22 October 2016

Rodin’s Relationship To Dance Explored In New Unashamedly Academic Courtauld Exhibition

The Courtauld Gallery’s small, intimate, two room exhibition is devoted to a little-known body of work made by Rodin in the last two decades of his life. Rodin & Dance: The Essence of Movement 20 October 2016 – 22 January 2017 / The Courtauld Gallery

3 March 2015


Two Frank Auerbach Works From The Estate Of Lucian Freud For Courtauld Gallery Collection

The Courtauld Gallery has announced the most significant addition to its modern collections in over a decade – two masterpieces by Frank Auerbach; ‘Rebuilding the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square’, 1962, and ‘Summer, Tretire’, 1975. The works come from the private collection of Auerbach’s close friend, the late Lucian Freud and have been allocated to The […]

7 January 2015


The Courtauld Gallery To Display Drawings Unseen For 20 Years

The Courtauld Gallery has announced the inauguration of its new space, the Gilbert and Ildiko Butler Drawings Gallery, which is to open this month. Designed by Witherford Watson Mann Architects, winners of the 2013 Stirling Prize, the new Drawings Gallery will be The Courtauld’s first dedicated space for the display of drawings. Which will number […]

24 October 2014

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude – Death Among The Rouged And Risqué

The Courtauld Gallery, London presents Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude; the exhibition surveys the artist’s drawings and watercolours from a controversial and all too brief career – as the artist died aged only 28, succumbing to the Spanish flu, that only three days before had claimed the life of his pregnant wife — yet even […]

8 April 2012



A magnificent view of Venice’s Rialto Bridge, a masterpiece by the great Venetian painter Francesco Guardi (1712-1793), has gone on display at The Courtauld Gallery. Privately owned, The Rialto Bridge from the North with the Palazzo Camerlenghi was painted around 1768. Monumental in scale, the painting encapsulates the lively scene around this busy stretch of […]