Launched in 1932 by Samuel Courtauld, Sir Robert Witt and Viscount Lee of Fareham, the Courtauld Institute of Art (Courtauld for short), specialises in art history and conservation.
The Institute’s art gallery houses French-Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, as well as offering world-renowned degrees in art history, conservation and architecture. Its college is a self-governing college of the University of London, which graduates receive their degrees from.
As part of the Courtauld Connects project, 2019, a project that’s making art accessible to more people, The Institute temporarily moved from its home at Somerset House, Strand, to Vernon Square, King’s Cross, where it’ll live until 2022. However, the accommodation remains on the Strand.
Duchy House offers 64 single rooms across four floors, 47 of which are en suite and 17 rooms have shared facilities.
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