Later this year, one of the Wallace Collection’s most famous paintings, The Laughing Cavalier will be joined with a selection of other paintings by the same artist that have never been seen together before.
About the Wallace CollectionA grand mansion in the heart of London that's now an art gallery and in part, a museum of military armour and weapons.
It exists thanks to a bequest which gifted it to the nation, on condition that none of the objects leave -- so the art gallery houses some incredibly famous paintings which can only ever be seen here.
The military armour display is a bit odd in this setting, but interesting in its own right.
IMPORTANT - Although venues are reopening, their hours may differ from normal, and most now need prebooking before you visit.
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Exhibitions open at the moment
The exhibition brings together over a dozen of the artist’s best male portraits from collections across the world.
10:15am to 3:45pm
Marylebone High St
Ends on Sun 30th January 2022
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What's the nearest railway station to Wallace Collection
The nearest station is Bond Street which is 0.2 miles away.
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