Gladstone’s Library is Britain’s finest residential library and its only Prime Ministerial library. Built in 1902 as the national memorial to William Gladstone, the Library has acquired a small number of works of art over the last one hundred years, mainly as donations. Most are of Gladstone himself or of people/places associated with him. The paintings are displayed in various parts of the building. The most notable work in the collection is Frank Moss Bennett’s copy of John Millais’ portrait of Gladstone at Christ Church, Oxford.
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