Room 107: Lord Leighton's Frescoes

Lord Leighton's Frescoes, room 107

Commissioned as part of the decoration of the new Museum in 1868 from the famous Victorian painter Lord Frederic Leighton, these paintings depict the "Arts of Industry as applied to War" and "...to Peace." Also on display are first sketches and full-size cartoons.

Room 107 is on Level 3 of the V&A South Kensington.

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Event - William Kent: Leaping the Fence

Sat 07 June 2014 10:30

STUDY DAY: Celebrate the extraordinary breadth of William Kent’s work as a designer in the 18th Century.

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