Victoria Art Gallery (Bath) Reviews
Description:Bridge Street, BA2 4AT. Tel: +44 (0)1225 477 233 Fax: +44(0)1225 477 231. Email firstname.lastname@example.org ... more
Newest Review: ... quiet so you can settle yourself down on it's lovely padded seats and soak up the atmosphere (and people watch!). The top floor houses the permanent collection. I don't know that much about art, but I think it is an impressive selection. My favourite painting (I'm afraid to say) is called The Bride of Death and features a husband kneeling by the bed of his dead bride. It is ... more
Customer Victoria Art Gallery (Bath) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/11/00, updated on 04/11/00 (Very useful, 40 readings)
The Victoria Art Gallery is a small, but wonderful, art gallery near Poulteney Bridge in Bath. It is very near to the centre of town so there is no excuse not to visit if you're ever in Bath. I love this gallery because of it's size as you can leisurely stroll round and enjoy the paintings. The gallery is also fairly quiet so you can settle yourself down on it's lovely padded seats and soak up the atmosphere (and people watch!). The top floor houses the permanent collection. I don't know that much about art, but I think it is an impressive selection. My favourite painting (I'm afraid to say) is called The Bride of Death and features a husband ... Read the complete review
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