National Portrait Gallery

  1. an art gallery in London, established in 1856, displaying portraits and photographs of eminent figures in British history

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Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is on display at the National Portrait Gallery until February 9, 2014.

Many of his photos have been acquired for the National Portrait Gallery for their permanent collection.

Face Value, a new exhibition of the singer's portraits, opens at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

Bob Dylan: Face Value will be on show at the National Portrait Gallery, London, August 24, 2013—January 5, 2014.

One Life: Martin Luther King, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C., June 28–June 1, 2014.

Both cast and electrotype are in the National Portrait Gallery.

A visit to the National Portrait Gallery isn't exactly a restful experience.

Several of his portraits are to be seen in the National Portrait Gallery.

His is one of the strangest of all the strange figures which crowd the National Portrait Gallery.

He executed altogether the likenesses of ten sovereigns, and fourteen of his works appear in the National Portrait Gallery.





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