London has great museums. If you are in UK, you might not want to miss these exhibitions. In this post, you will find some useful information about Chinese art collection at the British Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and The Museum of East Asian Art in Bath, UK.
London is big, time is limited. Then, go for British Museum directly! If you have 2 minutes wherever you are, remember to look up its official website because sometimes you will find surprising art exhibitions! Yes, you are right, not all fine works are on exhibition every day; yes, you are right, every time you go, you might find something new. 🙂 The British Museum changes exhibited works once in a while. So, never say you have visited it because the ‘visit’ never ends.
Here are things you can see: jade, porcelain, calligraphy, painting, etc. If you live in UK, you can consider becoming a museum member. With membership, you can enjoy more exclusive events. 🙂
Address: Great Russell St, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3DG
Calligraphy and Chinese Painting @ the Brutish Museum:
Chinese Study @the British Museum:
Chinese Jade @the British Museum:
Victoria and Albert Museum
Address: Cromwell Road, London, SW7 2RL
Calligraphy and Chinese Painting @Victoria and Albert Museum:
Chinese Study and Other Collections @Victoria and Albert Museum:
Art Application Methods @Victorai and Albert Museum:
Chinese Porcelain @Victoria and Albert Museum:
The Museum of East Asian Art
Address: The Museum of East Asian Art, 12 Bennett Street, Bath BA1 2QJ, UK
There are many nice art events at the museum. Please follow the museum website for recent events information. 🙂