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National Gallery

  1. a major art gallery in London, in Trafalgar Square. Founded in 1824, it contains the largest collection of paintings in Britain


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There is something imperiously subversive about National Gallery.

The exhibition is at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and runs until January 5, 2014.

Kerry James Marshall, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., June 28–December 7.

Yet more drawings from the wondrous Albrecht Dürer show at the National Gallery in Washington.

Whishaw and Craig share several scenes together, but the most telling is perhaps that set in the National Gallery.

His own portrait in the National Gallery was painted when he was seventeen.

This was the burial of Wilkie at sea: now in the National Gallery.

But let us pass on to the artistic Boxing-day keepers at the National Gallery.

The National Gallery is crowded with unaccustomed art students.

An elegant monument of alabaster, with a bust of Pepys, taken from his portrait in the National Gallery, was unveiled in 1884.

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