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This grand portrait of the Marquise de Seignelay and two of her sons was painted in 1691 by Pierre Mignard, one year after he became the official painter to King Louis XIV. Inspired by Greek and Roman mythology the symbolism in this painting reveals touching sentiments about the family. Swipe to learn more. ➡️ #nationalgallery #pierremignard #portraiture #themarquisedeseignelayandtwoofhersons

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'Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude', is now open! In this breath-taking exhibition Wiley shifts his focus from the European tradition of Grand Manner portraiture to landscape painting, exploring Romanticism and its focus on epic scenes of oceans and mountains. Through this new collection, including film and painting, Wiley builds a relationship with our collection of historical landscapes and seascapes by the likes of Turner, Claude, Vernet and Friedrich. Like his work before, this latest series explores the work of Old Masters to create new connections and raise fresh questions. 🔗 Click the link in the bio to find out more and book your free tickets. Image description: A woman stands in the exhibition, 'Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude'. Three paintings hang on the walls in front of her. #KehindeWiley #Painting #NationalGallery #ArtExhibition

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Experience 'Baa’s Gold 10' by artist @patelhetain, one of three live performances in the Gallery as part of our 'Dance to the Music of Our Time' exhibition, exploring the relationship between storytelling and contemporary art. 'Baa’s Gold 10' recounts the story of the burglary of Hetain Patel’s ‘Baa’, or grandmother in Gujarati, while at home in Bolton where she lived alone. In a pursuit for gold, Patel’s Baa endured a violent ordeal at the hands of a gang of men who specifically targeted Hindu widows for their cultural tradition of only wearing gold jewellery. As the story is recounted multiple times in the form of a spoken screenplay by a group of performers, Baa regains her own agency, enacting revenge in the final version of the screenplay. 🔗 Click the link in our bio to watch the full performance. #NationalGallery #HetainPatel #Poussin

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It was natural for 17th-century painters to take an interest in sculpture, but Nicolas Poussin took this one step further - he hand-modelled small figurines out of soft wax. Discover how he used these to choregraph his compositions in our exhibition, 'Poussin and the Dance'. Click the link in our bio to book your tickets. Video description: 'Poussin and the Dance' exhibition curator Francesca Whitlum-Cooper talks about how artist Nicolas Poussin used wax figures to create his paintings. An artist shows how these wax figures were made. #PoussinAndTheDance #NicolasPoussin #Poussin #NationalGallery #ArtExhibition

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In the 17th century, the Little Ice Age settled over Northern Europe. Rivers and canals in Holland froze over and people took to the ice for work and leisure. Under a pale winter sky, tinged with pink, this frozen waterway provides the stage for lively diversions on the ice. ❄️⛸️ Take a closer look at our festive #PictureOfTheMonth, Hendrick Avercamp's 'A Scene on the Ice near a Town'. 🔗 Click the link in our bio to find out more. #NationalGallery #HendrickAvercamp #Landscape #Painting

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Plan your projects and events for the year to come with our National Gallery diaries and calendars. The first image features our 2022 week-to-view desk diary with Bosschaert’s ‘A Still Life of Flowers in a Wan-Li Vase’ cover. It includes 41 paintings by 18 artists, exquisitely reproduced. Swipe left for our month-to-view National Gallery calendar, with Van Gogh’s ‘A Wheatfield, with Cypresses’ cover. Just tap on the calendar of your choice to place your order! Printed using vegetable inks on FSC card. Every purchase supports the National Gallery. #nationalgalleryshop #nationalgallery #museumshop #planner #calendars #art #gifts #stationery

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This #Christmas, introduce the little ones to art with this unique selection of gifts ✨ First up is the adorable crochet doll of Vincent van Gogh, hand crocheted in 100% cotton. Next is a wooden kit of the 'Aerial Screw' drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. Easy to assemble, it provides an insight into the mind and genius of the artist. Swipe left again and you'll discover ‘The Grand Museum of Art Board Game’, designed for ages 12 and up with 2- 4 players you can get friends and family involved. And finally, our last gift idea is the activity book: ‘Famous Paintings Magic Painting’. From Van Gogh’s Sunflowers to Rousseau’s Tiger in a Tropical Storm, children will find 16 works of art waiting to be coloured in with magic ink. UK Christmas delivery last order date: 13/12/2021. For international delivery information (excluding EEA countries), please copy/paste this link into your browser: https://bit.ly/3l52A5h #nationalgalleryshop #nationalgallery #museumshop #christmasgifts #merrychristmas #art #shopmuseums #gifts

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When you do your #Christmas shopping with us, you’ve the opportunity to get something unusual, while also supporting the Gallery with your purchase. You can shop for your friends, family or for your own wish list with our selection of gift ideas. 🎁 Monet's masterpiece ‘The Museum at Le Havre’ can be rediscovered with our jigsaw that brings this famous painting to life. Or, pick our National Gallery Artist tote bag which comes in navy blue. Why not check out our quirky hand-painted figurines, inspired by Hieronymus Bosch's fascinating paintings. And last but not least, as useful as it is stylish, our final present from this selection is our new weather-proof bag which features a detail of ‘The Thames below Westminster’ by Claude Monet. Just tap on each product to place your order. UK Christmas delivery last order date: 13/12/2021. For international delivery (excluding EEA countries) information, please copy/paste this link into your browser: https://bit.ly/3l52A5h #nationalgalleryshop #nationalgallery #museumshop #christmasgifts #merrychristmas #art #shopmuseums #gifts

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Georges Seurat was born #OnThisDay in 1859. One of the most important Post-Impressionist painters in art history, he moved away from the apparent spontaneity of Impressionism and developed a more structured way to depict modern life. Let's take a closer look at one of his most recognised paintings, 'Bathers at Asnières'. 🔍 Created in 1884, this large picture was Seurat’s first major composition, when he was only 24 years of age. The piece depicts several men and boys as they relax on the banks of the Seine at Asnières and Courbevoie, an industrial suburb north-west of Paris. Shown in profile, they each seem absorbed in their own thoughts, neither engaging with each other nor with us. Although Seurat was drawn to similar subjects and locations as the Impressionists, his treatment was radically different. He would eventually go on to create pointillism, a technique that employed tiny dots of complementary colours, and while this picture is not painted in the pointillist style of his later works, he did repaint parts of it using this technique. (For example, the orange hat was reworked later with spots of yellow and blue.) Georges Seurat, 'Bathers at Asnières', 1884 © The National Gallery, London. #NationalGallery #GeorgesSeurat #BathersatAsnières #Landscape

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We're delighted to announce the latest addition to our collection 'The Red Boy' by Thomas Lawrence, one of Europe’s finest portrait artists. This portrait of Charles William Lambton, (aged six or seven) was commissioned by the boy's father John George Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham around 1825. Sitting on a promontory overlooking a moonlit sea, Lawrence portrays Lambton lost in thought, the flowers next to him a symbol of his youth. He is shown at the beginning of his journey through life, although this was tragically cut short when Lambton died of tuberculosis aged thirteen. Lawrence may have been inspired by the work of Lord Bryon or by William Wordsworth’s poem, 'There was a Boy' from 1798 when creating this piece. 'The Red Boy' remained in the Lambton family until it was acquired by us and is regarded as one of Thomas Lawrence’s masterpieces. Thomas Lawrence, ‘The Red Boy’, 1825, © The National Gallery, London. Bought with the support of the American Friends of the National Gallery, the Estate of Miss Gillian Cleaver, Art Fund, The Al Thani Collection Foundation, The Manny and Brigitta Davidson Charitable Foundation and through private appeal, 2021 #NationalGallery #TheRedBoy #Portrait

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How do you clean 150-year-old varnish from a portrait? Restorer Paul Ackroyd shows the process of removing the aged, discoloured varnish from 'Portrait of a Middle-Aged Woman with Hands Folded' by Frans Hals. The subtitles on this video are auto-generated by Instagram and we are unable to edit them. You can remove them by clicking the three dots [...] on the post. For full, correct captions click the link in our bio. #nationalgallery #paintingrestoration #franshals #conservation

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Giovanni Bellini died #OnThisDay in 1516. Born into the leading dynasty of Venetian painters, Giovanni became one of the most respected and influential artists of the early Renaissance period. Swipe through to learn more about his 65-year career ➡️ #giovannibellini #landscape #nationalgallery

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