For over 120 years, the Government Art Collection has championed British art, history and culture around the world. Find out how it all began and the many different ways the Collection is developed and maintained today.
Art is one way of remembering Britain’s long-standing historical relationships with other nations. As Britain shifted away from conflict to renegotiate its relationships with others in the postwar era, soft power and cultural diplomacy became increasingly important national and political expressions.
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