Wallace Collection

Mar 28, 2019 Wallace Collection featured

The Wallace collection is not only the home of one of the largest decorative arts and European paintings collections, but it also has that kind of story one loves to hear when you go to a house like that: eccentric rich men obsessed with French aesthetics, an illegitimate child who inherited everything, travels to exotic Read more

Grant Museum of Zoology

Mar 14, 2019 Zoology featured

Very close to the British Museum but unlike it, quite unknown, is the Grant Museum of Zoology of London. It is not bigger than a room and it contains hundreds of jarred creatures and skeletons of many animals — some of them extinct — from a dugong to all sorts of microscopical specimens in the Micrarium. If Read more

London urban sketchers: RAF Museum

Feb 21, 2019

I found about urban sketching while I was still in uni and either alone or as a member of my local movement collective (Cádiz), I haven’t stopped going out to sketch since 2012… until last year: moving to London, finding a job and a house, and everything in between got almost all my attention in 2018. That’s Read more