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Record NG23/2001

Archive reference number NG23/2001
Title

Press Releases

Date 2001
Description

Simone Martini's Christ Discovered in the Temple from the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool Jan

Concerns over provisions in the Culture and Recreation Bill on the appointment of Trustees Jan

Spirit of an Age Feb

New Acquisition: The Four Elements by Joachim Beuckelaer Mar

Vermeer and the Delft School Mar

Take One Picture 2001 Apr

New Acquisition: The Archers by Sir Henry Raeburn May

Young Woman seated at a Virginal [exhibited as part of Vermeer and the Delft School exhibition] 11 Jun

Family Summer - free family fun at the National Gallery Jun

Family Fortunes Jun

Telling a new story - Sainsbury Wing re-opens Jul

Masaccio: The Pisa Altarpiece [several releases including statements in defence of the project] Jul

Regional Museums and the National Gallery 2001 - 2002 Jul

New media and the National Gallery Jul

National Gallery grant-in-aid allocation Jul

£10 million gift in honour of Sir Paul Getty Jul

Major funding announcement 10 million gift for new additional entrance from Trafalgar Square Jul

New media update Jul

Viewing the Skull - re-displaying Holbein's 'The Ambassador's' Jul

Trustees of the National Gallery Jul

Travelling companions: Chardin and Freud featuring The Young Schoolmistress by Jean-Simeon Chardin Aug

Pisanello: Painter to the Renaissance Court Oct

Aelbert Cuyp [photocopy] Nov 2001

Kitaj: In the aura of Cezanne and other Masters c. 2001

Goya: the family of the Infante Don Luis c. 2001

The Three Kings at the National Gallery Christmas events for adults and children c. 2001

Christmas shopping fun at the National Gallery c. 2001

National Gallery exhibitions 2001/2002

Record type File
Paintings referenced in this record NG3046, NG5962, NG6585, NG6589, NG1314, NG4077

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