Keble College is one of the largest schools at the University of Oxford. It is named after John Keble and was founded in 1870. It focuses on the arts, theater and music. The main buildings are in Park Road, opposite the Natural History Museum. Keble was a churchman and theology was mostly taught at the college in earlier years. The buildings are in the neo-Gothic style. It is one of the largest colleges at the University of Oxford. It is also one of the few that is open to visitors. You can see the inner courtyard of the main block. In the side chapel of the church you can see the famous painting by Hunt, The Light of the World.