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Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham

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  • This is a small museum, but has outstanding paintings and sculptures, as well as exhibits. Artists such as Degas, Van Gough, Turner and many more are here, and as the paintings are occasionally rotate...  more »
  • Full disclosure, I work for the University of Birmingham, of which the Barber Institute is part. That said, I have to say it is an incredible collection, It has works by Monet, Manet and Magritte; Ren...  more »
  • I was surprised at the range of work on show in the gallery - some really famous artist's work here considering it's free to go in and part of the university! 
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  • Interesting collection. Well curated. Nice staff.
  • Some peng art and one of the security guards was well knowledgeable and told us the history of a few paintings and painters
  • Great place for a quiet afternoon of history and art!
  • Brilliant collection of paintings. Excellent concert hall and performances.
  • Outstanding small art gallery with a wide selection of works including ones by Monet, Van Gogh and Picasso. There is a programme of activities for children and young people and the community. There is also a concert hall with a programme of concerts including the Birmingham International Piano Festival.