The Courtauld Gallery will be closed on Monday 12 June for operational reasons. We apologise for any inconvenience.
The Courtauld Gallery cares for an important collection of early twentieth century Bloomsbury Group works including paintings, collages, drawings, watercolours and designs and decorative arts from the Omega Workshops. Most of the collection was bequeathed by Roger Fry to the newly formed Courtauld Institute of Art in 1935; Fry was the central figure of the group, which included artists Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell. This special display brings together a wide-ranging selection of work by this remarkable group.
Note: Due to the duration of this Special Display, our works on paper will be changed for those currently in store to avoid excessive light damage. A new selection of works on paper will be displayed from 24 May 2017.