Henry Colethe museum's first director Frieze detail from internal courtyard showing Queen Victoria in front of the Great Exhibition The Victoria and Albert Museum has its origins in the Great Exhibition ofwith which Henry Colethe museum's first director, was involved in planning.
Initially it was known as the Museum of Manufactures,  first opening in May at Marlborough Housebut by September had been transferred to Somerset House.
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At this stage, the collections covered both applied art and science. In the German architect Gottfried Semperat the request of Cole, produced a design for the museum, but it was rejected by the Board of Trade as too expensive. This was to enable in the words of Cole "to ascertain practically what hours are most convenient to the working classes"  —this was linked to the use of the collections of both applied art and science as educational resources to help boost the productive industry.
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This led to the transfer to the museum of the School of Design that had been founded in at Somerset House; after the transfer, it was referred to as the Art School or Art Training School, later to become the Royal College of Art which finally achieved full independence in From előrehaladott fogyás pelham al s to the s the scientific collections had been moved from the main museum site to various improvised galleries to the west of Exhibition Road.
Queen Victoria's address during the ceremony, as recorded in The London Gazetteended: "I trust that it will remain for ages a Monument of discerning Liberality and a Source of Refinement and Progress.
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By most of the collections had been returned to the museum. This innovative approach to bringing young people to museums was a hallmark of the directorship of Roy Strong and was subsequently emulated by some other British museums.
Strong's successor Elizabeth Esteve-Coll oversaw a turbulent period for the institution in which the museum's curatorial departments were re-structured, leading to public criticism from some staff.
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Inthe museum embarked on a major £m renovation programme, called the "FuturePlan". This is to ensure that the exhibits legjobb veszteség zsír kiegészítés better displayed, more information is available, access for visitors is improved, and the museum can meet modern expectations for museum facilities.
The Exhibition Road Quarter project provided 6, square metres of extra space, which is the largest expansion at the museum in over years.
In Marchit was announced that the Duchess of Cambridge would become the first royal patron of the museum. Founded in Mayit was not until that the museum moved to its present site. This area of London, previously known as Bromptonhad been renamed 'South Kensington'.
The first building to be erected that still forms part of the museum was the Sheepshanks Gallery in on the eastern side of the garden. The North  and South Courts  were then built, both of which opened by June They now form the galleries for temporary exhibitions and are directly behind the Sheepshanks Gallery.
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On the very northern edge of the site is situated the Secretariat Wing;  also built inthis houses the offices and boardroom, etc. The mosaic in the pediment of the North Façade, designed by Godfrey Sykes An ambitious scheme of decoration was developed for these new areas: a series of mosaic figures depicting famous European artists of the Medieval and Renaissance period.
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None of this decoration survives. The last work by Fowke was the design for the range of buildings on the north and west sides of the garden.
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This includes the refreshment rooms, reinstated as the Museum Café inwith the silver gallery above at the time the ceramics gallery ; the top floor has a splendid lecture theatre, although this is seldom open to the general public. The ceramic staircase in the northwest corner of this range of buildings was designed by F. Moody  and has architectural details of moulded and coloured pottery.
All the work on the north range was designed and built in — The style adopted for this part of the museum was Italian Renaissance ; much use was made of terracottabrick and mosaic.
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This north façade was intended as the main entrance to the museum, with its bronze doors, designed by James Gamble and Reuben Townroe [ Wikidata ], having six panels, depicting Humphry Davy chemistry ; Isaac Newton astronomy ; James Watt mechanics ; Bramante architecture ; Michelangelo sculpture ; and Titian painting ; The panels thus represent the range of the museum's collections.
This is flanked by terracotta statue groups by Percival Ball.
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Dorchester House fireplace, szalon test karcsú albert Alfred Stevens, the Centre Refreshment Room The interiors of the three refreshment rooms were assigned to different designers. The lower part of the walls is paneled in wood with a band of paintings depicting fruit and the occasional figure, with moulded plaster foliage on the main part of the wall and a plaster frieze around the decorated ceiling and stained-glass windows by Edward Burne-Jones.
The Grill Room —81 was designed by Sir Edward Poynter ;  the lower part of its walls consist of blue and white tiles with various figures and foliage enclosed by wood panelling, while above there are large tiled scenes with figures depicting the four seasons and the twelve months, painted by ladies from the Art School then based in the museum.
The windows are also stained glass; there is an elaborate cast-iron grill still in place. He designed to the northwest of the garden the five-storey School for Naval Architects also known as the science schools now the Henry Cole Wing, in — Scott's assistant J.
Wild designed the impressive staircase  that rises the full height of the building. Made from Cadeby stone, the steps are 7 feet 2. The terracotta embellishments were again the work of Godfrey Sykes, although sgraffito was used to decorate fogyás dwarka east side of the building designed by F.
Scott also designed the two Cast Courts —73  to the southeast of the garden the site of the "Brompton Boilers" ; these vast spaces have ceilings 70 feet 21 m in height to accommodate the plaster casts of parts of famous buildings, including Trajan's Column in two separate pieces.
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The final part of the museum designed by Scott szalon test karcsú albert the Art Library and what is now the sculpture gallery on the south side of the garden, built in — In the government launched a competition to design new buildings for the museum, with architect Alfred Waterhouse as one of the judges;  this would give the museum a new imposing front entrance.
Edwardian period[ edit ] The main façade, built from red brick and Portland stonestretches feet m along Cromwell Gardens and was designed by Aston Webb after winning a competition in to extend the museum.
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The main windows to the galleries are also mullioned and transomed, again a Gothic feature; the top row of windows are interspersed with statues of many of the British artists whose work is displayed in the museum.