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  • The Fourth Plinth at The National Gallery © Abigail Lelliott / Time Out

  • The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein the Younger © The National Gallery, London

  • Julian Opie portraits © Time Out

  • © National Gallery, London

  • The Central Hall © National Gallery, London

  • Leonardo's 'Lady with an Ermine', 1489-90 © National Gallery

  • The Sainsbury Wing © National Gallery, London

  • © National Gallery, London

  • Sunflowers by Vincent Van Gogh © Andrew Brackenbury / Time Out

  • The National Gallery cafe © Rogan Macdonald

  • Children's painting workshop © Susannah Stone/Time Out

The Fourth Plinth at The National Gallery © Abigail Lelliott / Time Out

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    National Gallery Trafalgar Square
    London
    WC2N 5DN

  • Venue phone:

    020 7747 2885

  • Venue website:

    www.nationalgallery.org.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Thu, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Fri 10am-9pm

  • Transport:

    Tube: Charing Cross

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Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting

Renaissance art, Painting, Architecture

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Now, this small exhibition is about the place of architecture in Renaissance painting. Oh, and many of the subjects are religious. Hold on though, because these works get better and weirder the more you get into them. It’s ace and it’s free. Take Carlo...

Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting
  1. Mon Jul 28 – Sun Sep 21
  2. National Gallery
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Making Colour

Painting

A geographical journey through art history traces the use of colour. The powders and pigments used from the renaissance through to impressionist France with each room dedicated to a different colour. Expect works by Edgar Degas among many others. SEE...

Making Colour
  1. Mon Jul 28 – Sun Sep 7
  2. National Gallery
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Rembrandt: The Late Works

Masterpiece, Renaissance art

It would appear that there is no such thing as too much Rembo. Especially when the shows are massive Autumn blockbusters providing an incredibly rare opportunity to see 40 of the Dutch master's late period paintings alongside 20 drawings and some 30 prints....

Rembrandt: The Late Works
  1. Wed Oct 15 – Sun Jan 18 2015
  2. National Gallery
  3. £18, £9-16 concs
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Stevie King

Van Gogh exhibit is a must see for any art lover, it's truly moving to see his most famous pieces together, absolutely beautiful. Whole gallery is amazing.

Harvey Appleby

This is an essential visit to an old friend, majestic, personal, inspiring and full of hidden treasure. Always stopping to see the breathtaking delaroche "execution of lady jane grey", a powerful, tragic and vast piece of work. The National Gallery is truly a space for everyone, anyone, all of us.

Kirsten

A perfect place to keep an eye on for different exhibitions to lose yourself in. Wonderful building as well.