Gauguin and the Impressionists aren't a four-piece indie-rock band from Brighton, but this treasure trove of an exhibition by the Royal Academy is just as exciting.
Sixty Impressionist masterpieces from the Ordrupgaard Collection in Denmark are on display in London, some for the first time. It includes the likes of Manet, Monet, Renoir, Pisarro, Morisot, and Degas. Saving some impressive post-Impressionism for last, the exhibition is closed by a series of exceptional works by Paul Gauguin that span his entire, lauded career.
Visit Britain's oldest fine art society at the Royal Academy of Arts, and see 250 years of masterful art from internationally-renowned artists, lesser-known geniuses, and burgeoning talents. Check out incredible exhibitions teeming with jaw-dropping art, hear from the artists and curators behind them, socialise in amazing spaces and lots more.
The Royal Academy of Arts has been championing art and artists for 250 years and is Britain's oldest institution devoted entirely to the arts. A privately funded and governed society, it is the society for artists by artists.
Discover impressive work in the Academy's permanent free collection or visit one of their renowned temporary exhibitions.
There's always something new to see at the Royal Academy, so keep an eye on the exhibitions and dive in when the artistic itch strikes!
The Royal Academy's location at Burlington House is also the home of the Linnean Society, where Charles Darwin first presented his paradigm-shattering theory of evolutionary biology.