The information below shows gives details about when and where to see specific items that are on loan.
How to make a loan request for an object.
The Devonshire Emerald
The Devonshire Emerald (sometimes called Dom Pedro's emerald) has been on loan since November 2007 to the Natural History Museum in London and is displayed in The Vault gallery.
Morning (or The Dripping Eaves)
Morning (or The Drippings Eaves) is on loan to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter as part of the Dartmoor: A Wild and Wondrous Region from 22 December 2017 to 1 April 2018.
Samuel Palmer, Morning (or The Dripping Eaves), 1865, watercolour and bodycolour on laudan board
Inigo Jones is on loan to the Royal Academy of Arts, London as part of the exhibition Charles I: King and Collector from 27 January to 15 April 2018.
Sir Anthony van Dyck, Inigo Jones, circa 1627-35, black chalk on paper
A selection of works to the Palazzo Reale, Milan
Two engravings and one drawing is on loan to the Palazzo Reale, Milan as part of the exhibition Dürer and the German Renaissance from 21 February - 24 June 2018.
Albrecht Dürer, Women’s Public Bath, 1516, pen and light brown ink on paper
After Andrea Mantegna, The Triumph of Caesar; The Corselet Bearers, engraving
After Andrea Mantegna, The Triumph of Caesar: The Elephants, engraving
Baby on a Green Sofa
Baby on a Green Sofa is on loan to Tate Britain, London as part of the exhibition All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a century of painting life from 28 February to 27 August 2018.
Lucian Freud, Baby on a Green Sofa, 1961, oil on canvas
Objects to Nottingham Contemporary
36 objects are on loan to Nottingham Contemporary as part of the exhibition House of Fame convened by Linder from 24 March to 24 June 2018. Linder is the first artist-in residence at Chatsworth, and this exhibition is part of the third season of The Grand Tour, a partnership of Nottingham Contemporary, Chatsworth, Derby Museums and The Harley Gallery.
Among the various items being loaned is this Jewelled gold watch and matching chatelaine, circa 1782 or circa 1810.