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This is a medium popular with artists from the 18th century onwards. It consists of pigments bound in gum which are set in moulds the size of easily usable sticks. Pastel was especially popular for portraits in the 18th century because it took les...
Biography of Samuel Courtauld (1876–1947), chairman of the family textiles firm and an active patron of the arts.
The Sainsbury brothers
Biography of the Sainsbury Brothers, benefactors to the National Gallery.
Avignon from the West
New research on Corot's painting 'Avignon from the West'. Corot was a 19th-century landscape artist who greatly influenced the Impressionists.
Acquired for the nation - the National Gallery allocated Bonington’s 'On the Seine - Morning' under the Acceptance in Lieu scheme
Issued August 2019
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