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The Royal Collection at Hampton Court Palace

Items from across the Royal Collection line the walls of Hampton Court Palace, recreating the opulence of the Royal Palace.  The Great Hall contains the magnificent Story of Abraham series of tapestries, probably commissioned by Henry VIII for Hampton Court, whilst the Orangery is lined with the Triumphs of Caeser series of canvases, one of the finest achievements of Italian Renaissance art and hung at Hampton Court since 1630.

The newly opened Cumberland Art Gallery contains a selection of the Royal Collection’s finest paintings: masterpieces by Holbein, van Dyck, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Bassano and Gainsborough, and other artists who worked for, or were collected by, four centuries of royal patrons.

Rooms and locations with objects on display