England's greatest repository of Old Masters paintings, with works by Leonardo, Botticelli, Rembrandt, Monet, Degas, and more
Christopher Wren’s architectural Renaissance masterpiece has stupendous views from its famous dome, and famous Brits buried in the crypt.
The royal palace so nice Henry VIII honeymooned here twice—and then three times, and four, and five...
Even if you can't attend a performance, this painstaking replica of an Elizabethan theater in the round is worth a visit just to see it and learn more about the history of British theatre
The revival of classical ideals—and Italian style
The rebirth of Classical ideals lead to a Europe-wide flowering of the arts
An English painter in the Flemish mold, depicting wonderful slices of life in early 18C England
A baroque painter of fussy British portraits set in Renaissance-style scenes
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