There are many museums in London. One of them is the Tate Gallery in Millmank, which presents modern
masters of England and France. There are some fine examples of modern
sculpture. Its collection of French Impressionists is marvellous. There is the
Victoria and Albert Museum in Brompton Road. It has an outstanding collection
of the applied arts of all countries and periods.
The National Gallery in
Trafalgar Square has one of the best picture collection in the world. It has
the most valuable display of French paintings from the early of the
Impressionists, and, of course, the finest English painting, with Gainsborough,
Turner, Constable and others. It shows the progress of Italian painting from
the medieval to the Renaissance, some outstanding pictures of the old Roman
masters. It also has a great variety of Dutch and Flemish masters and an
excellent choice of Spanish painters. There are great treasures dispersed in
private collections all over the world. The Queen's
collection is the most valuable among them.