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Derek Batty Unpainted Pictures Check out my own work  here!

Katy Bailey Painter
Adam Butler Interiors and architectural photography  
Cambridge Calligraphy  Italic handwritten inscriptions
Cambridge Open Studios
 Artists open up their work places at weekends in July.
Maker's Gallery Exhibitions and picture framing with Neil Christie, Hope Street Yard (off Mill Road) Cambridge
Life Drawing Sites
Life Drawing message board for models and artists:  click on and enter as a 'guest'.
Tom Richardson at figuredrawings.com maintains a massive archive with lots of classic life drawing photos, books and artwork.  
Peter's Nudist Site
  Nude modelling, nude sunbathing and naturism. 
Cambridge Museums and Galleries 
Kettle's Yard House    A unique experience of art in a domestic setting.  Good book and magazine collection. The largest collection of work by Henri Gaudier Breszka in the world.
Kettle's Yard Gallery
  Changing exhibition of contemporary art.
Fitzwilliam Museum   Fine and applied art from ancient times to the present day in a magnificent setting.
Museum of Classical Archaeology 
Wonderful plaster replicas of Greek and Roman Sculpture.  
Zoology Museum 
  Natural history preserved including skeletons, butterflies, birds, shells and fish.
London Museums and Galleries (In order - where to go first.)
Wallace Collection
  Sir Richard welcomes you to his family's London home and sumptuous art collection.
Sir John Soane Museum  Go back in time and visit the architect dining alone in his Monk's dungeon.
Courtauld Gallery   Best collection of Impressionist paintings in Britain including Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh and Toulouse Lautrec.
Estorick Collection  Excellent modern Italian paintings including Boccioni and De Chirico.
National Gallery    Old master collection of paintings up to 1900.
Royal Academy   Block buster exhibitions.
Victoria and Albert Museum   Art and applied art from around the world including photography, ceramics, sculpture and painting.
Tate Britain   British art including Francis Bacon, Lucien Freud, David Hockney and Barbara Hepworth.
Dulwich Picture Gallery Outstanding collection of old masters.  Plan your journey carefully.
British Museum   Art and artefacts from around the world from ancient times to the present. 
Tate Modern  International modern art zoo grouped according to themes rather than dates. 
Barbican Art Gallery Occasionally some brilliant shows.
Hayward Gallery     Changing exhibitions of often disappointing contemporary art.
Serpentine Gallery   Exhibitions of  art?
Whitechapel Art Gallery   Easily missable contemporary art but a great bookshop (Koenig Books). 

Universities and Colleges
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service  www.ucas.ac.uk/
Edinburgh College of Art      www.eca.ac.uk/
Colleges in or close to London 
Wimbledon School of Art  http://www.wimbledon.ac.uk/
City and Guilds Art School  www.cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk
Kingston University  www.kingston.ac.uk/design
College of North East London www.conel.ac.uk
University of the Arts, London http://www.arts.ac.uk/
Central St Martins http://www.csm.arts.ac.uk/
Camberwell College of Arts  http://www.camberwell.arts.ac.uk/
Chelsea College of Art and Design  http://www.chelsea.arts.ac.uk/index.htm
University of the Arts London http://www.arts.ac.uk/ The main hub for several London art colleges.

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