University of Oxford - All Souls College
United Kingdom (Oxford)
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The college was created in 1438 by the Archbishop of Canterbury. It is now especially famous for the Codrington library, built in 1751 after a gift of Christopher Codrington, and because it does not have student. Each year, the college only accepts one or two fellows after a very competitive examination.

It is one of the wealthiest colleges in Oxford.

All Souls College
University of Oxford, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 4AL, UK
Top artists in the collection:

George HayterEnglish, 1792-18712 artworks
John Richmond1809-18962 artworks
Sir Godfrey Kneller, BT.English, 1646-17232 artworks
Thomas Phillips1770-18452 artworks
Philip Alexius de László1869-19372 artworks
Oswald Hornby Joseph BirleyNew Zealander, 1880-19522 artworks
Alfred Émile Léopold StevensBelgian, 1823-19061 artworks
Thomas HudsonEnglish, 1701-17791 artworks
Henry Perronet Briggs1791-18441 artworks
William Owen1769-18251 artworks
Nestor CambierBelgian, 1879-19571 artworks

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