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Kenwood House is a former stately home that served as a seat for the aristocratic Murray and Guinness families. Famous paintings in its collection include The Guitar Player by Johannes Vermeer, Self Portrait with Two Circles, by Rembrandt, Portrait of Pieter van den Broecke, by Frans Hals, Portrait of Countess Howe, by Thomas Gainsborough and Hunting in the Olden Times, by Edwin Henry Landseer. Besides this, the museum holds a collection of shoe buckles, jewellery and portrait miniatures.

Alternative names:

en Iveagh Bequest   en Kenwood House - English Heritage

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Art & Design

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  • Wheelchair accessible

Location

London, England

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