Coronavirus (COVID-19) While museums are closed, the The Wallace Collection prints site is fully operational and we have added an FAQ page here.

The Wallace Collection is a national museum with around 5700 works in the fine and decorative arts.
The Collection is probably best known for its paintings by artists such as Titian, Rembrandt, Hals
(The Laughing Cavalier) and Velázquez and for its superb collections of eighteenth-century French paintings,
porcelain, furniture and gold boxes, probably the best to be found anywhere outside France. The Collection
also contains splendid medieval and Renaissance objects, including Limoges enamels, maiolica, glass
and bronzes, as well as one of the finest arrays of princely arms and armour in Britain, featuring both
European and Oriental objects.

Wallace Prints currently offers the entire paintings and miniatures, and a selection of the European
arms & armour, collections of the Wallace Collection for sale as prints and canvases. Selections from
other collections will follow. In the meantime, please email: if you
cannot find the image you would like to order. Alternatively, to view our online collections catalogue
please visit:

Prints sold through this website are personal use only. If you wish to use an image commercially please email

The Wallace Collection is housed at Hertford House, the former home of the first four Marquesses of
Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace. Purchasing prints through Wallace Prints supports the work of the
Wallace Collection, which offers free entry to all. For more information on the Wallace Collection
please visit our website –