Much of Bermejo's life is shrouded in mystery. Here's what we do know about the 15th-century Spanish genius
Discover the detail in this extraordinary painting by Bartolomé Bermejo
Read how the rare loan of a painting by Leonardo da Vinci’s favourite pupil, Francesco Melzi, was the centrepiece of a special display
He’s one of Spain’s most celebrated artists, but is less well known outside of his home country. Here’s what you need to know about the artist dubbed Spain's Impressionist
Gain an insight into the first major exhibition of Sorolla’s paintings in the UK since 1908
Famous for his technical virtuosity; his skill at painting the fleeting effects of light, we take a look at the main aspects of Sorolla's technique
June 2019: The Story of Griselda, Part I: Marriage
May 2019: Thomas Jones, 'A Wall in Naples', about 1782
April 2019: Vincent van Gogh, 'Van Gogh's Chair', 1888
March 2019: Frans van Mieris the Elder, 'Portrait of the Artist's Wife, Cunera van der Cock', about 1657–8
Discover the women behind our paintings
Discover our newly restored and recently acquired painting by the most celebrated female artist of the Italian Baroque
Michael Palin discusses his favourite National Gallery paintings, in conversation with Caroline Campbell.
Find out how a radical breakaway movement became one of the most popular styles in modern art.
Watch our Director, Gabriele Finaldi, explore the life and work of Bernardo Bellotto and the recently acquired painting, The Fortress of Königstein from the North.
Discover how four of Australia's most significant artists engaged with and contributed to the broader, international movement that was Impressionism.
Read about Turner's celebrated painting of the last voyage of an old war hero – The Fighting Temeraire.
She was the most powerful courtesan of her day, but who was the real Madame de Pompadour?
Learn how The Madonna of the Pinks was identified as a work by Raphael.
Uncover the secrets that lie behind Leonardo's Renaissance masterpiece.
Learn more about Botticelli's intriguing mythological scene depicting the goddess of love, and the god of war
Learn how the National Gallery survived during the Second World War.