Worldwide icon-chevron-right Europe icon-chevron-right United Kingdom icon-chevron-right England icon-chevron-right London icon-chevron-right Win tickets to Goya: The Portraits at the National Gallery and an overnight stay in the West End

Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.

1/2
Francisco de Goya, The Duchess of Alba, 1797. © Courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New YorkFrancisco de Goya, The Duchess of Alba, 1797. © Courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New York
2/2

Win tickets to Goya: The Portraits at the National Gallery and an overnight stay in the West End

Scoop up a pair of tickets to see Goya: The Portraits at the National Gallery and an exhibition catalogue, plus afternoon tea in the National Dining Rooms and an overnight stay in a luxury West End Hotel

By Time Out London editors
Advertising

To celebrate the success of Goya: The Portraits at the National Gallery, the first show ever to focus on the portraits by the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya, we're giving you the chance to win an arty prize package. One Time Out reader will bag a pair of tickets to the exhibition with an introduction from a member of the curatorial team, a catalogue, afternoon tea in the National Dining Rooms and an overnight stay in a four-star hotel: The Cavendish London, courtesy of SuperBreak.

Goya: The Portraits celebrates the artist’s genius as a portrait painter and provides an insight into both public and private aspects of his life at the turn of the nineteenth century. The show brings together 70 of Goya’s most outstanding portraits from around the world, some of which have never been seen in public before, and runs at the National Gallery until Sunday January 10 2016

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the exhibition, a catalogue, Afternoon Tea in the National Dining Rooms and an overnight stay at The Cavendish London, simply answer the following question correctly:

Read more about the exhibition

Francisco de Goya: 'Self Portrait before an Easel', 1792-95. © Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid

Five key works in 'Goya: The Portraits' at the National Gallery

Art Painting

For an artist so intimately concerned with the outward appearance and psychological contents of the human head, the strange tale of Francisco de Goya’s own bonce seems as cruelly ironic as it is grimly fascinating. T

Recommended

    You may also like

      Advertising