The display celebrates monumental painters of the capital and showcases some of the largest paintings in the Gallery’s collection.
Celebrating extraordinary artists who paint London on a huge scale.
Guildhall Art Gallery is home to one of the most extensive collections of London paintings in the world and hosts one of the largest oil paintings on display in the UK - John Singleton Copley’s 'Defeat of the Floating Batteries at Gibraltar' (1783–1791), measuring 7.5 x 5.4 metres.
This awe-inspiring exhibition includes many pieces not normally on public display, including rarely-seen works by Frank O. Salisbury, Terence Cuneo and David Hepher.
A unique opportunity to view so many of these huge masterpieces together in one space.
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