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The best art galleries near Notting Hill

Having visited some art galleries near Notting Hill, I got to feel and experience the magic of artwork first hand. I stayed at Royal Lancaster London for two days so I could visit all the art galleries! I got to learn more about general artwork, historical art, about sculptures and different cultures among other art components. I also got to learn about the artists who are behind the artwork and the motivation behind the art.


Rob and Nick Carter

Rob and Nick Carter provide examples of such artists who have worked on several types of media that include painting, sculpture, and installation. They have used this to blend boundaries that are between sculpture, painting, digital imagery and installation. In the end, the artists can produce very beautiful and well thought about art.


Guildhall Art Gallery

I visited this art gallery, and it is full of paintings. With a variety of collections that include the London historical pieces, it is the best to visit and have an enjoyable experience for both children and adults. The exciting part is that its basement contains the ruins of London’s famous Roman amphitheatre. The stunning ruins are one of the most significant pieces of ancient history, and their display is impeccable and attractive to all. With grey slate paving used outside the Guildhall, it makes you feel how big the amphitheatre must have been. Visiting this art gallery provides an enriching feel.


Calken Gallery

Led by Michael Talbot, the art gallery’s establishment was in early 2012 as a coming together of a group of experienced and talented artists. My visit to this art gallery made me learn more about the work of the Royal Academy. Not only does it house the work of the Royal Academy but also the Landseer Prize-winning sculptor which is one of the world’s most attractive and elegant bronze figurative sculpture. The artwork in this gallery made me cherish and appreciate the creative potential of the artists and the importance of their work.


Le Dame

My visit here made me learn that this is an Italian thing opened in London. The art in there was a combination of luxury Italian craft that included fashion and design. There were elements of new and old fused together by the spectacular manufacturers to create a powerful Italian heritage. The Le Dame gallery looks like a luxury boutique, but in the real sense, it gave me a wholesome experience through one of the best craftsmanship.


Serpentine Gallery

My visit to these two galleries made me appreciate education, architecture and public programmes. I found out that the 1970 establishment has had notable architects’ work exhibited there.