A little way out from the city center but easy to get to, the Barber Institute is adjacent to the University of Birmingham. ... More
Barber Institute of Fine Arts
A little way out from the city center but easy to get to, the Barber Institute is adjacent to the University of Birmingham. This is one of the world's finest small art galleries with an outstanding collection of old and modern paintings, drawings and sculpture. This gallery is not normally as busy as some larger galleries, so your tour will be un-crowded and pleasant. Artists' works include Bellini, Canaletto, Monet, Renoir, Rossetti and Van Gogh. The Institute is also a regular venue for concerts, lectures and other events. Admission is free.
its one of the best private collections I ve visited. The paintings are varied and cover different periods, all masters. Additional temporary exhibitions make you want to go back.. it s on the campus which also deserves a visit, easy access by train and bus, .. and finally it s free! definately recommend it
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