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The Victoria and albert Museum, London

The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects that span over 5,000 years of human creativity. The Museum holds many of the UK's national collections and houses some of the greatest resources for the study of architecture, furniture, fashion, textiles, photography, sculpture, painting, jewellery, glass, ceramics, book arts, Asian art and design, theatre and performance.

Source: vam.ac.uk
Exhibitions
Museum's collection
Pablo Picasso. Two women running on the beach (Curtain for the ballet "Blue Express")
32
Pablo Picasso
1924, 1020×1170 cm
Edward Coley Burne-Jones. William Morris reads to the poet Burne-Jones
2
Edward Coley Burne-Jones
1861
Joseph Mallord William Turner. View of Venice from the Giudecca canal, the Church of Santa Maria della Salute
6
Joseph Mallord William Turner
1840, 61×91.4 cm
Albrecht Durer. Nemesis
5
Albrecht Durer
1502, 33.2×23.1 cm
William Blake. Self-portrait
2
William Blake
1790, 28.2×25.7 cm
William Morris. Interlaced leaves. Sketch
1
William Morris
1874, 81.5×65.2 cm
William Morris. Pigeon and Rose
3
William Morris
1879, 62.8×91.4 cm
Edward Coley Burne-Jones. Dorigen from Brittany, eager for the safe return of her husband
1
Edward Coley Burne-Jones
1871, 52.2×63 cm
Pablo Picasso. Backdrop for the ballet "Blue Express"
8
Pablo Picasso
1924, 1020×1170 cm
Aubrey Beardsley. Platonic Lament
7
Aubrey Beardsley
1894, 22.6×16.1 cm
William Morris. Evenlod. Flower Design
1
William Morris
1885, 96.5×189 cm
William Morris. Sunflower
1
William Morris
1879, 84.7×66.7 cm
William Morris. Champion. Design for decoration of furniture
1
William Morris
1883, 292.1×167.6 cm
William Morris. Forest (co-authored with Philip Webb)
4
William Morris
1887, 116.8×524×7.3 cm
Edgar Degas. A scene from the ballet "Robert the devil"
5
Edgar Degas
1872, 54.3×66 cm
John Constable. Flowers in a glass vase. Etude
8
John Constable
1814, 50.5×33 cm
Jacopo Tintoretto. St. Helen sits in a boat in the Holy Land
1
Jacopo Tintoretto
1555, 22.8×59.7 cm
Nicholas Roerich. The Polovtsian camp. A sketch of the scenery for the ballet "Polovtsian dances"
4
Nicholas Roerich
1909, 58.5×84.5 cm
William Morris. Birds in the branches. Design for tapestry
2
William Morris
1880, 56.1×38.7 cm
William Morris. Madness
1
William Morris
1884, 51.5×62.5 cm
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