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National Gallery 7h
Replying to @WestHillSW18
These are lovely. Well done Jehanziab!
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National Gallery Jun 3
Replying to @DunhurstArts
Thank you for sharing those with us. Well done Henry P, Naomi and Leo C!
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National Gallery Jun 3
🍎 From humble pieces of fruit to epic tablescapes, watch how artist Nick Pace stages still life scenes from household items:
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National Gallery Jun 3
Replying to @MusicListomania
Hi Mitch, thank you for your message. The prints are A3 and we've added this information to the webpage now too.
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National Gallery Jun 3
Introducing 'Kima: Colour in 360' from , the first artists in residence of : three immersive, online experiences that use binaural sound and spatial 360 video to allow you to feel, hear and sense paintings. Learn more:
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National Gallery Jun 3
Hi Stefan, we hope we are able to open 'Artemisia' as soon as possible, but due to the rapidly changing worldwide situation we are not able to give a specific date at this current time. We'll be updating our website and social channels as soon as we have more information.
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National Gallery Jun 1
We are lucky at the Gallery to have several pictures by Thomas Gainsborough of his family – including, now, an exciting new acquisition: a portrait of his daughter Margaret. Learn more here:
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National Gallery Jun 1
Created especially for our exhibition, ': Love, Desire, Death', this limited edition portfolio is one of only 50 and contains seven prints – including all six of Titian's epic series of paintings. Shop now:
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National Gallery Jun 1
Looking to get crafty at home? Follow along as Bethan shows you how to recreate Van Gogh's famous 'Sunflowers', or draw something you find on your daily walk or lying around the house:
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National Gallery Jun 1
Voted your picture of the month: Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun's intriguing self portrait. In this self portrait, we are left in no doubt as to Vigée Le Brun's profession and, indeed, her success:
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National Gallery Jun 1
Replying to @Amaryllis28
Thanks for sharing these, Amy. They're great!
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National Gallery Jun 1
Replying to @ParisMemories
Hi Karine, if you'd like to learn more about the show, you can watch our Facebook Live with Exhibition Curator Bart here:
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National Gallery May 31
Jacopo Tintoretto died in 1594. Most of his paintings are large-scale narratives on canvas, animated by dramatic lighting and gestures. 'The Origin of the Milky Way' is one of those:
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National Gallery May 31
Watch pianist Myra Hess perform in our Barry Rooms during WWII as part of her wartime concerts. Over 750,000 people attended these over six and a half years: © IWM
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National Gallery May 31
Our reusable tote bags are a must-have for every day. They are one-of-a-kind with prints featuring images of well-loved paintings from the National Gallery Collection. Shop your favourite one here:
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National Gallery May 30
that you can monoprint at home using just a teabag? Follow Educator Bethan as she shows you how to create your own prints, inspired by Seurat's 'Bathers'. Have you been getting crafty at home? Tag us in your posts so we can see what you've made!
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National Gallery May 30
With its quivering heads of golden wheat, turbulent churning clouds, and deep green cypresses, Van Gogh’s sunlit view of the French countryside held special significance for the Dutch painter:
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National Gallery May 30
Peter Paul Rubens died in 1640. He was the most successful painter of his day. Collectors flocked to buy his works, dazzled by his powers of invention. From landscapes to portraits, come and explore our collection of paintings by him:
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National Gallery May 30
🗣️ One painting, many voices: from Jeremy Vine to a parish priest, find out why Gainsborough's 'Mr and Mrs Andrews' has intrigued people for centuries. 🎞️ Watch the full video here:
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National Gallery May 29
🖼️ A Gainsborough of your own. ‘Mr and Mrs Andrews' is one of Gainsborough's most well-known works and this masterpiece is available in an impressively large scale format from our online shop. Each print measures 6 x 4 feet and has a satin finish:
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