From Manet to Cézanne in the National Gallery

The National Gallery in London is one of the best art galleries in the world. Another fantastic gallery is the Courtauld Gallery in London, but it is closed for renovation work at the moment. So, what better to do with some of the pictures from the Courtauld Gallery in this period, than to let them …

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Stunning paintings and pastels from Degas [National Gallery exhibition]

Edgar Degas is a famous artist who lived between 1834 and 1917. His full name was Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas, but most people refer to him simply as Degas. The Burrell Collection in Glasgow, Scotland, holds one of the largest Degas collections in the world. Leaving Scotland for the first time together you can now see …

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Children reacts to A Roman Triumph by Rubens

Would you like to see what children think and how they react as they see A Roman Triumph, a work created by Peter Paul Rubens in 1630? Come to the National Gallery in London. Every year the National Gallery in London arrange a “Take One Picture” event. This year children in the UK have been …

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The history of Impressionism

The exhibition Inventing Impressionism will take place from 4th March to 31st May in 2015 at the National Gallery in London. Nowadays impressionism and impressionists are popular but there was a time when this was different. In the beginning of the 1870s impressionist and their works were not accepted. This exhibition is about Paul Durand-Ruel …

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