Included here is a set of policies covering a range of activities involved in the day-to-day running of the gallery.
Photography and Filming in The Gallery
Photography without flash for personal use is permitted throughout The Gallery unless otherwise stated in certain rooms. Tripods, monopods and selfie sticks are not permitted.
Permission must be sought for filming. If you wish to film inside The Courtauld Gallery please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief synopsis of the project as well as with details of crew size, equipment, technical requirements and dates you hope to carry out the work, at least two weeks in advance of your planned shoot.
For commercial filming and location shoot enquiries, please email email@example.com.
Sketching and Painting in The Gallery
You may use these materials in The Courtauld Gallery:
- fine-tipped pens
- all pencils
- wood or plastic encased pastels/charcoal or crayons
These materials are not permitted in The Gallery:
- paint or other wet materials
- permanent markers
- fixative spray
- oil pastels not encased in wood or plastic
In accordance with the Statement of Principles adopted by the National Museum Directors’ Conference (NMDC) in November 1998 and the statement issued by the Museums and Galleries Commission in April 1999, The Courtauld Gallery has undertaken work to examine the provenance of its collections with regard to the spoliation of works of art during the Holocaust and World War II period.Provenance Research
Immunity from Seizure
The Courtauld Gallery is able to provide immunity from seizure under Part 6 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. This Act provides protection from seizure for cultural objects from abroad on loan to temporary exhibitions in approved museums and galleries in the UK.Immunity from Seizure