Discover eight hidden gems from across the UK

Explore our hand-picked selection of extraordinary artworks from eight treasured UK collections, available to buy as framed and unframed prints.


1. Bushey Museum and Art Gallery

The museum’s art collection is the largest in Hertfordshire and is mainly from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with special interest in the Monro Circle of artists: Sir Hubert von Herkomer, who established Bushey’s School of Art, Lucy Kemp-Welch and the pupils of their art schools. Browse Bushey Museum and Art Gallery's print range.


2. McLean Museum and Art Gallery

The McLean Museum and Art Gallery is based in Greenock and contains an impressive collection of around 430 oil paintings. This includes works by renowned Scottish artists such as Allan Ramsay, Sir Henry Raeburn, the Glasgow Boys and the Scottish Colourists as well as British, European and American art dating from the eighteenth century onwards. Browse art prints from the collection.


3. Fife Cultural Trust

Based in Kirkaldy, Fife Cultural Trust operates museums, galleries, libraries and theatres across the region with a mission to enrich lives in Fife. One of its many venues is Kirkcaldy Galleries, a cultural hub for the town which houses a large and nationally important collection of Scottish art. Choose from a selection of art prints.


4. Gregynog Hall

The collection of paintings at Gregynog, based in the village of Tregynon in Wales, consists of works once in the possession of Gwendoline and Margaret Davies. The sisters bequeathed their internationally famous collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings to the National Museum of Wales in the 1950s. Explore the beautiful range of art prints.


5. Staffordshire Heritage and Arts

Staffordshire County Museum Service focuses on collecting artworks by Staffordshire-born or based artists, or with Staffordshire subject matter. Paintings are shown at the Shire Hall Gallery in Stafford, the Shugborough Estate, or in touring exhibitions. Discover their stunning print range.


6. The Scouts Heritage Service

Based at Gilwell Park, The Scouts Heritage Service cares for a large collection of artworks and objects which tell the story of over 100 years of Scouting. The collection includes paintings, drawings, photographs, diaries, letters and other objects, revealing the adventures lived by Scouts. Explore their diverse art prints.


7. Tullie House Museum And Art Gallery

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery is a visitor attraction in Carlisle housing extraordinary collections of fine and decorative art, human history and natural sciences. Local people have also donated works to the museum and today the collection continues to develop with new acquisitions by contemporary artists. View art prints inspired by the collection.


8. Valence House Museum

Valence House Museum is the local history museum for the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham. Since 1937, the Museum continues to collect works of art by local artists and works depicting the local area. The collection includes portraits spanning from the sixteenth century to the twentieth century and is recognised as one of the best collections of gentry portraits in the country. View all art prints for Valence House Museum.


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