Nature in Art
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Nature in Art is the world's only museum dedicated exclusively to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature.
Spanning 1,500 years and housed in a splendid Georgian mansion, the collection embraces work in all media and styles, ranging from ceramic gems to watercolour landscapes. Uniquely, the collections and exhibitions presented by Nature in Art are entirely focused on art inspired by the natural world.
Over 600 artists are represented in the collection, including sculptor Jacob Epstein, jeweller Renee Lalique, naturalistic painter Charles Tunnicliffe and modern painter Pablo Picasso. There is a vibrant programme of temporary exhibitions, including the annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, and 60 artists in residence each year.
Why you should go
Learn about the history of natural history art
Over 2,000 paintings, sculptures, and drawings of animals and plants around the world
Housed in a Georgian manor house in the Cotswolds