Opened to in 1998, this is Britain’s first gallery dedicated to modern Italian art.
EntranceThe Estorick Collection is housed at the rear of Northampton Lodge, a Grade II-listed Georgian building in Canonbury Square. The elegant building was converted for the display by the architect Nathaniel Gee, who has retained the 18th-century proportions of its original interior.
The private collection was accumulated by the American academic and art dealer Eric Estorick , 1913 – 93, and his wife Salome.
gardenThe collection is dominated by Futurist artists including Russolo, Severini, Balla, Carra and Bocccioni. Other major Italian artists represented include de Chirico and Modigliani. The gallery has some long term loans from private collections and changing exhibitions.
Library, cafe and shop.