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Record NG23/2000

Archive reference number NG23/2000
Title

Press Releases

Date 2000
Description

Painted Illusions: The Art of Cornelius Gijsbrechts Jan

Take One Picture - Constable's The Hay Wain Jan

New Acquisitions: The Story of David and Goliath and The Triumph of David and Saul by Pesellino Feb

Paintings from the Kunstmuseum, Basel Mar

Seeing Salavation - Exceptional extension of opening hours Apr

National Gallery acquires newly discovered masterpiece - The Virgin and Child Enthroned with two Angels by Cimabue 29 Jun

New acquisition: Alexander and His Doctor by Eustache Le Sueur Jun

The regional museums and the National Gallery Jul

Sponsorships and benefactions at the National Gallery Jul

Telling Time [two versions] Jul and Sep

The National Gallery's grant allocation 1999/2000 Jul

Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery Jul

Summer holiday fun at the National Gallery Jul

Newly discovered Bruegel painting on loan to the National Gallery Sep

New Acquisition of picture by Degas: 'Russian Dancers' Oct

Family Fortunes - Paintings on tour from the National Gallery Nov

Legacies enable the National Gallery to acquire a great Renaissance portrait - Portrait of a Young Man by Rosso Fiorentino Nov

Christmas festivities at the National Gallery for Families and Adults Nov

Tell Me A Picture Dec

Spirit of an age - 19 Century paintings from the Nationalgalerie, Berlin Dec

Encounters - New Art from Old c. 2000

Impression - Painting quickly in France c. 2000

Easter Fun at the National Gallery c. 2000

The Gifts of the Shepherds and the Kings c. 2000

Record type File
Paintings referenced in this record NG1207, NG6579, NG6580, NG6581, NG6583, NG6576, NG6584

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