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Walk Through Victoria and Albert Museum – London
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Walk Through Victoria and Albert Museum – London

I've already published three posts from Victoria and Albert museum. But Buddhism, Constable and Turner paintings and Victorian art gallery are only small snippets of what you can see there. Of course, the best thing to do is to visit it and explore all its sections, depending on your interests. However, I'd like to finish the story of this museum by presenting some of the most unexpected pieces of art in ...
Victorian Art Gallery
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Victorian Art Gallery

The story of Victoria and Albert museum in London continues with the Victorian art gallery. There are four or five rooms with paintings, although you can see many of them all over the museum. I dedicated my previous posts to the room with paintings by Constable and Turner. However, in two rooms the paintings are presented in the way the Victorian art galleries used to be, with as many paintings as ...
Landscapes in Victoria and Albert Museum – London
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Landscapes in Victoria and Albert Museum – London

Landscapes in Victoria and Albert Museum is one more part of this cultural institution that I want to present. In my previous post, I wrote about Buddhism and images of Buddha that you can see there. However, the part of the museum with paintings is also very interesting and although not as big the National Gallery, it's fascinating. You can see the paintings by two of the most prominent 19th century ...
Images of Buddha in Victoria and Albert Museum – London
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Images of Buddha in Victoria and Albert Museum – London

After National History Museum, I decided to visit Victoria and Albert Museum. These two institutions are next to each other in South Kensington, not far from where I live in London. I haven't been there for a long time, my last visit was probably 10 years ago. The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world's largest museum of applied arts, decorative arts and design. It's in the current building since 1909. ...
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