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London's earliest equestrian statue, the Equestrian statue of George IV is built to the designs of French artist Hubert Le Sueur in the year 1633. Resting on a granite foundation, this statue is made of bronze and depicts the king without any head gear, dressed in a semi-classical outfit, his cloak flowing back. The king's right hand is grasping a baton while he holds the horse's reins in the left hand. Depicted without stirrups, this statue was originally built to be placed on the famous Marble Arch opposite Buckingham Palace.
One of the city's prime venues, 8 Northumberland first opened its doors to the public in 1874, closing down in the year 1887. The venue then reopened in 2010, and since then has been luring art lovers from across the country and the globe. Located within close proximity to local transportation, this elegant venue hosts private as well as corporate events including weddings, parties, private dining, fashion shows, award nights, conferences and meetings in huge numbers.
With branches across the globe, Raindance has carved a niche for itself in the hearts of cinema lovers, and its London post is no different. The center provides many courses related to film making, and also organizes a number of seminars for those who wish to establish a career in cinema. In addition, there are two rooms available on hire at this location of Raindance. Both the rooms come equipped with modern acoustics, projectors, light fixtures and high-definition cameras.
One of London's noteworthy Anglican churches, St Martin-in-the-Fields is the parish to Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street. Redesigned by James Gibbs in 1726, its Georgian architecture has been an inspiration the world over. The intricate citadel towers over Trafalgar Square and the structure boasts beautiful woodwork and Italian carvings. Located in the heart of the capital, the venue prides itself on hosting some of the best music events in history. From 18th Century classical acts by Mozart to weekly jazz nights by emerging artists, the space has seen it all. With state-of-the-art acoustics and magnificent backdrop to its credit, experience world-class entertainment.
The National Gallery is a magnificent Georgian edifice on the northern side of Trafalgar Square that houses a massive collection of Western European art. Started in 1838, you can find the works of master Leonardo Da Vinci in the Sainsbury wing of the gallery, alongside Botticelli and Bellini. The west wing contains works by Titian, Michelangelo and Raphael, the north wing contains works by Rubens, Rembrandt and Caravaggio, and the east wing contains works by Seurat, Canaletto, Degas and Monet. A portable audio guide is available in six different languages.
Dedicated to visual arts, the Mall Galleries in London aims to provide a platform to local and emerging artists as well as showcase works of renowned artists. The venue consists of three galleries, a bookshop and a cafe and is also the center of the Federation of British Artists, a national charity. The leading art societies that form the FBA host their annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries.