A landmark overview and analysis of Goya's finest portraits
A handsome volume exploring Delacroix's works, his artistic contemporaries, and the generations of great artists he inspired
And the Rise of Modern Art
Paolo Veronese (1528-1588) was one of the great Venetian artists of the Renaissance, whose works were admired for their rich colours and mastery of theatrical narrative. This reappraisal of the artist also provides an account of painting and patronage in 16th-century Venice. It traces Veronese's career from its beginnings in Verona.
Italian Renaissance at the National Gallery
"His work went beyond fashion and was a fine art." -a Charles James patron
Beyond Fashion at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
07 October 2015 - 10 January 2016
A new autumn exhibition at London's National Gallery will showcase some of Goya's finest portraits. Considered to be one of the greatest portraitists of his time, this show is the first to focus solely on Goya's portraiture.
04 March 2015 - 31 May 2015
Now open at the National Gallery in London, the Inventing Impressionism exhibition celebrates the art dealer who was the first to recognise the importance of the Impressionist art movement, Paul Durand-Ruel.
15 October 2014 - 18 January 2015
The National Gallery will exhibit Rembrandt’s late works, from the mid-1650s until his death at age 63. These years marked a time when Rembrandt actively searched for a new style of painting resulting in some of his most famous pieces including the ‘Jewish Bride’, ‘An Old Woman Reading’, ‘A Man in Armour’ and ‘A Young Woman Reading’.