Search the Archive

Search the National Gallery Archive containing records of the Gallery's activities from its foundation in 1824 to the present day. Find out more about the National Gallery Archive.

Record NG23/1975

Archive reference number NG23/1975

Press Releases

Date 1975

'Portrait of a Boy' by Rembrandt on loan 1 Jan

'The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine' by Parmigianino on exhibition 20 Jan

New series of special monthly lecures entitled 'At work in the National Gallery' 21 Jan

'School's Out!' Prizegiving 10 Feb

Painting in focus: 'The Supper at Emmaus' by Caravaggio 12 Mar

'The Vendramin Family' by Titian cleaned 25 Mar

Acquisition: Portriat of Antoine Paris by Rigaud 10 Apr

Visitor numbers for latest painting in focus exhibition 29 Apr

'The Rival of Nature' exhibition 30 Apr

Artist versus Nature- notes on 'The Rival of Nature' exhibition 21 May

'School's Out!' holiday activities 12 Jun

Portrait of Manon Balletti by Nattier cleaned 10 Jul

Eight Early Italian pictures on loan from the Royal collection 16 Jul

Exhibition of renaissance art attracts almost 200,000 visitors 12 Aug

'Melbourne and Milbanke Families' by Stubbs saved from export 14 Aug

Forthcoming exhibitions at the National Gallery 2 Sep

'School's Out!' winner's exhibition 3 Sep

'Melbourne and Milbanke Families' by Stubbs goes on exhibition 8 Sep

Renaissance exhibition to finish on Sunday 22 Sep

Painting in focus: 'The Painter's Daughters chasing a butterfly' by Gainsborough 24 Sep

National Gallery report 1973-1975 to be published 30 Oct

'General Sir Banastre Tarleton' by Reynolds cleaned and back on display 13 Nov

Delaroche and Gautier exhibition 13 Nov

Bequest: flower piece by Rachel Ruysch 13 Nov

Christmas activity for children at the National Gallery 21 Nov

Record type File
Paintings referenced in this record NG172, NG4452, NG6428, NG5586, NG6429, NG1811, NG5985, NG6425

Your list will only be saved temporarily. Inactivity of more than an hour could result in the loss of your list. If you would like to keep a record of your list, we suggest you email it to yourself.

Your list of records will be sent to us if you request an appointment, and a summary will be included in your appointment email notification.