National Gallery UK Overview
National Gallery is an art gallery located in the City of Westminster, United Kingdom.
The art gallery established in 1824. In 2017, the gallery was visited by more than 5,229,192.
The director of the art gallery is Gabriele Finaldi. The gallery is a collection of 2,300 paintings.
The art gallery established for a charitable purpose. The art gallery is a non-departmental public body of the department for culture, Media and Sport.
The National Gallery is the most visited art museum across the world. The art gallery is free for visitors.
The art gallery also has three places to eat for visitors. These places are The National Dining Rooms, The National Café and Espresso Bar.
The art gallery online website offers shopping facilities for visitors. The visitors can buy products related to Art Prints, Bookshop, Gifts, Stationery, Children and many more.
The art gallery offers products inspired by an artist named Ambrosius Bosshart, Canaletto, Da Vinci, Edgar Degas, Thomas Gainsborough, Claude Monet,
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, George Stubbs, J.M.W Turner, and Vincent Van Gogh.
The website offers several types of accessories named Keyrings, Men’s Accessories, Pocket Mirrors, T-Shirts, and Walking Sticks.
The art gallery has the best collections of painting for visitors.
It features paintings of several artists named Aack, Aertsen, Hans Von, Jacometto, Jacobello Del Bonomo and many more.
The Art Gallery 30 must-see paintings are A Young Woman Standing at a Virginal, Bathers, Madame Moitessier, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, Samson and Delilah, Sunflowers and many more. The visitors can also join a membership program at the National Gallery.
They also organize Hands-on art workshops during the holiday for families.
Susan and John Singer support the program. Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown designed the Sainsbury Wing of National Gallery.