There are lots of fantastic ways for you to access the collections of the Courtauld Gallery and all of our partners across the UK. Check out the links below or head over to social media to get involved.
The Harris Museum, Art Gallery and Library
Explore the Harris’ galleries with their Virtual Tour and their extensive Online Collections, or focus on their fantastic fashion and textiles collection with their page on Google Arts and Culture.
Find out more about the collections at Braintree Museum through their Website, or check out their brand new YouTube Channel for insights into the museum and the local area.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Take a look around the art gallery with a Google Virtual Tour, or spend some time browsing the Collection Online. The team in Wolverhampton have also put together a very handy list of fantastic art books and podcasts relating the their collections on their Resources Page.
The wide ranging collections of National Museums Northern Ireland, which includes Art, History and Natural Sciences can be viewed on their Collections Page and you can explore the all the galleries in Ulster Museum with a Virtual Tour.
The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum
Take a look at the Herbert’s exhibitions online through their page on Google Arts and Culture, including an opportunity to view the finalists of this year’s Coventry Open which received more than 300 entries and a chance to find out more about key figures in Coventry’s history.
Ferens Art Gallery
There is plenty to explore in the collections of Hull Museums on their Collections Page, which includes the option to discover ‘random stories’, take quizzes and download screensavers of works in the gallery.
Greenfield Valley Heritage Park
With items that span a date range between 1850 and 1950 and cover a variety of themes including agriculture, social history and the industrial history of the local area, there is lots to discover in Greenfield’s Online Collections.
You can take a look at the highlights of the Courtauld Collection with a Virtual Tour through the galleries before they closed for refurbishment, find out more about the collection and the research that happens at the Courtauld Institute through the YouTube channel, and browse the extensive collection through the Art and Architecture Website.