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Well worth looking at what they've got on - they are happy for non-buyers to go in and look. They even let us into their current display before it officially opened because we could only go on the day before. Prices don't look extortionate if...More
Established in 1876 by a consortium of young men including William Longman, Marcus Bone Huish and Archibald Stuart-Wortley MP, the Fine Art Society pioneered exhibitions by single artists starting with Whistler's Venice etchings, then portraits by Millais and John Singer-Sargent. Still going strong today in...More
I have not been in this gallery for many years. It has some fabulous exhibits, a quite eclectic mix, based in a period house on 4 floors. For me the main exhibition on the ground and first floor was not of much interest however at...More
London fine art society was established in 1876 and is a must see. It has much of 19th and 20th century British Art.
Date of experience: November 2013
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Set beside some of London's best parks and home to world-class galleries, luxurious hotels, and famed thoroughfares, the ultra upscale Mayfair is one of London's most exclusive haunts. Here the shopping is haute, the dining is exquisite, and the nightlife is vibrant. A casual stroll through the area’s chic streets will reveal that Michelin stars and chauffeured cars are practically the norm here. Even
if you're on a tight budget, this exceptionally well connected swath of Central London is worth exploring, if only for the chance to take a peak at the goings on of upper crust English society.