A major exhibition of the Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640). See another side to Peter Paul Rubens and the powerful women who inspired him.
Join us for a winter Family Festival inspired by the work of artist Peter Paul Rubens.
Playful painting for little creatives under 5, there are new themes each month to keep them engaged.
Join artist Giulia Manzoni in this one-day workshop to discover the ancient art of mosaics.
Try your hand at life drawing and develop your artistic skills in this unique one-day course led by Luisa Maria MacCormack.
Picture Description talks are designed for our blind or visually impaired visitors. Delivered by our trained guides, each talk introduces paintings from the collection followed by a group discussion.
Our dementia friendly Creative Conversation sessions invite you to take notice, be curious and discuss!
Join us in the Gallery for a very special evening of music with BBC New Generation mezzo soprano Helen Charlston and leading historical keyboard player Terence Charlston.
This January, we welcome you to a very special evening of Lie Down & Listen sessions accompanied by masters of classical music and ancient sound healing.
Explore the originality of Morisot's artistic vision, with author Jennifer Higgie and Chantal Joffe.
Join Dr Lois Oliver, co-curator of Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism, for an inspiring online introduction to the exhibition.
Set within the greenery of the Gallery Gardens, Bronze Oak Grove by Rob and Nick and Carter is arranged in a circlular formation, the sculpted trees create space for people to spend time sitting, standing, and relaxing day to day.
Carved from glacial erratic boulders by the British sculptor Peter Randall-Page, Walking the Dog I, II & III is situated permanently in the Gardens for everyone to enjoy. The sculpture was commissioned in celebration of the Gallery’s bicentenary in 2011 with support from the Art Fund and was our first piece of major contemporary sculpture.