The National Gallery

It is an art museum in Trafalgar Square in Central London. The National Gallery features one of the greatest collections of Western European painting in the world, beginning from Jan van Eyck to Vincent van Gogh.
Address: Trafalgar Sq, London
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Selling Impressionist Paintings - an interesting exhibition
KBofLB , Littleborough, United Kingdom, 2015-05-21
This is an uncharacteristic exhibition about Impressionist paintings. After more than a century of their quality being generally appreciated, it is fascinating to learn about the severe financial... read full review
Mourners National Treasure of Treasures
Bobdensley , Reading, 2015-05-21
One of the very best art collections in the world. You can lose a whole day wandering from one old master to another and cover 5 centuries and dozens of countries. It still blows my mind that this... read full review
One of the Best Art Galleries in the World
HikingFoolCincinnati , Cincinnati, 2015-05-21
This gallery has an amazing collection of art with masterpieces by some of the best known artists including Vermeer, Leonardo, Raphael, Carravagio, Bruegel, Rubens, etc. Their Impressionionist... read full review
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  • Movie Mayor, 13-01-2013

    In 2012's Skyfall, James Bond first encounters Q in Room 34 of the National Gallery as he sits admiring JMW Turner’s masterpiece "The Fighting Temeraire"

  • The Telegraph, 24-12-2012

    Walk back to Trafalgar Square and join the free 60-minute taster tour at the National Gallery (, which houses the superb collection of 600 years of Western European art. 

  • Maria, 17-12-2012

    Ренуар, Сислей, Ван Гог, Рембрандт и Да Винчи. Одним словом - бесконечность.

  • Dave, 21-11-2012

    At the front of the National Gallery, on the right hand side, stands a statue of George Washington, the bronze statue is a replica of Jean Antoine Houdon's marble statue in Richmond, Virginia.

  • Time Out London, 27-03-2012

    The National Gallery is home to more than 2,000 works, with masterpieces from virtually every European school of art. Weekly late-night opening is on Fridays until 9pm, with tours, talks and music.

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