The National Gallery of England is located directly north of Trafalgar Square in the center of London, UK. Due to the impact of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the gallery will be closed from March 19 to May 4, 2020. The National Gallery cannot be visited inside. A fee is required and free donation is adopted. In order to facilitate the understanding of the background explanation of the main works, portable guide equipment can be obtained from the service desk. The collection of the National Gallery of England is rare in China and many people visit it.
This National Art Gallery is well-known, and the building is also a historical and old building. It is well preserved and well-preserved. The interior is also beautifully decorated. The exhibition hall is large and spacious. There are many works of art and many masters.
Really cool portraits. Went with my family some time ago. Good to visit, but not a tragedy if you don’t make it.
If you like art you will love this place, there is rooms and rooms of paintings
Read Leicester Square review for details as it's mentioned (if you haven't read it, I don't write this stuff for my own entertainment!). Walk through to the haunting picture of the Execution of Lady Jane Grey (painted in Paris in 1830). From their the main national collection is at your feet well about 10% of it anyway, rest is in storage as there isn't the room.
This is a great collection of some of the finest art and portraits. It's free and a must especially good on a rainy day.
All of Great Britains most important people reside here!