Brighton & Hove Museums

Brighton & Hove Museums

Brighton & Hove Museums

The Royal Pavilion & Museums Trust’s combined fine art collection ranges from the late fifteenth century to the present – around 1,500 oil paintings, 4,000 watercolours and drawings, and over 10,000 prints. The collection dates back to 1851, and Brighton Museum and Art Gallery was opened on Church Street in 1873, with one of the earliest purpose-built municipal picture galleries in the country. New paintings were purchased or donated in a series of bequests. Henry Willett’s 1903 gift included The Raising of Lazarus by Jan Lievens, which once hung in the home of Rembrandt. In 1997, the collection was integrated with that of Hove Museum & Art Gallery, which had acquired a significant collection by artists of the Camden Town School and paintings by the likes of Hilda Carline, Duncan Grant and Gilbert Spencer. Today the combined collection features works by Zoffany, Angelica Kauffmann, Hogarth, Gainsborough, William Blake, J. M. W. Turner, John Constable, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Samuel Palmer, Rosa Bonheur, Glyn Philpot, Walter Sickert, Vanessa Bell, Paul Nash, Graham Sutherland, Jacob Epstein and Stanley Spencer.

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Return Policy

We hope you’re happy with your order, however, if for any reason you are not, please get in touch immediately.

How to return or exchange an item

If you would like to return or exchange any items, please email within 28 days of receiving your order, with the following information:

– your name and email
– your order number – you can find this on your order confirmation email
– the item you would like to return or exchange
– the reason for return or exchange

We’ll reply with details of how to return your item(s).

Please note:

Returned or exchanged items must be unused, in original condition with labels still attached.
We do not refund the original shipping costs and you will have to cover the cost of return shipping unless your item is defective or you have received the wrong product.
For exchanges, you will be charged the cost of shipping for the new item.
When sending an item back to us, we strongly recommend using a trackable shipping method so you can track the status of your shipment and be sure that the items get returned to us. We cannot accept the cost of any items lost in transit.

Damaged packages

If you notice that your order is damaged upon arrival, please do not accept the package and contact us straight away.
Alternatively, please photograph the damaged packaging/item and email us, or send it back to us so we can see what went wrong.

Shipping Policy

Order Turnaround
We aim to dispatch orders within 1-3 business days – this can be longer during busy periods. Orders being sent to a UK address are usually delivered within 1-3 working days, but international orders can take up to two weeks to be delivered – please allow up to 3-4 weeks in transit to be safe.

International orders
International orders are shipped with Royal Mail International on a tracked service. 

You will be required to sign for your package (where the service is available). If no one is available to provide a signature, a delivery card will be left at your address.

Please take care to enter your delivery address correctly as we cannot be held responsible for any undelivered parcels or parcels delayed in transit due to incorrect address details being provided to us.

Duties & Taxes
Please note that if your order is being shipped outside of the UK, it is subject to duties and import taxes which are the responsibility of the customer to pay. You will be billed directly by the customs office of the destination country. Because the UK has sadly now left the EU, this now applies to orders shipping to countries in the European Union.

Lost/Missing Parcels
Please notify us within 21 days if you believe your order may have been lost in transit and we can investigate with our carriers to locate the order and/or replace any lost items. Please email us with your order reference at

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