The Wallace Collection is a relatively small, but quality selection of paintings and applied arts (with accents on France) from the XV to the XIX centuries. Among the prides of the museum there are works of such masters as Rembrandt, Velázquez, van Dyck, Hals, Gainsborough, Titian, Fragonard and Boucher. Besides the famous paintings, you can also spot French furniture of the Rococo period, bronze, sculpture, porcelain and weapons. The gallery was first gifted to the son, born out of the wedlock, and later presented to the state by the widow. The famous Wallace fountains in Paris were also created by the same family.