We are transforming our Gallery, teaching and social spaces. We will re-open in Spring 2021 with a greater variety of works from our collection on display than ever before and an expanded exhibition programme. Find out more about our transformation project
Whilst The Gallery is closed for redevelopment, we have partnered both nationally and internationally to provide unique opportunities for more audiences to engage with The Courtauld’s collection.
Masterpieces of Impressionism: The Courtauld Collection
Masterpieces of Impressionism: The Courtauld Collection, a major touring exhibition of 60 works, is currently touring Japan as part of the British Council’s UK in Japan 2019-20 season.
- Aichi Prefectural Museum, Nagoya:
3 Jan – 15 March 2020
- Kobe City Museum:
28 March – 21 June 2020
Precious and Rare: Islamic Metalwork from The Courtauld
This touring exhibition will present a selection of The Courtauld’s best pieces of Islamic metalwork to new audiences around England.
The Courtauld at the National Gallery, London
25 Courtauld works are able to be viewed, free of charge, throughout the National Gallery’s permanent collection.
Impressions of Modern Life: Prints from The Courtauld Gallery
13 Jan – 3 April 2020
An exhibition showcasing 24 prints from our collection by world-renowned artists such as Édouard Manet, Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse, in partnership with Royal Holloway University.
Courtaulds: Origins, Innovations & Family
1 Feb – 30 May 2020
Explore the extraordinary legacy of the Courtauld family and a display of rare original prints by Paul Gauguin from our collection. This exhibition offers a unique glimpse into the early work of this formative Impressionist artist who was championed by Samuel Courtauld. Part of our National Partners project.
The Artful Line
The Harris Museum, Preston
15 Feb – 31 May 2020
Featuring works from the 17th Century to the present day, this exhibition examines drawing in all its forms. The Artful Line features drawings from our collection by influential artists including Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Frank Auerbach and William Henry Hunt. Part of our National Partners Project.