Wallace Collection

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A museum in Manchester Square, London, containing French 18th-century paintings and furniture, English 18th-century portraits, and medieval armour. The collection was built up by the fourth marquis of Hertford and Richard Wallace (1819–90), his illegimate son or half-brother; Richard Wallace's widow gave it to the nation in 1897.

Subjects: Art.

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