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Most people have probably heard about The National Gallery. This museum is well-known around the glove. But did you know they also have a store in which you can find a variety of art décor items? If you didn’t, you do know now. What you probably don’t know, is what kind of shop National Gallery is. What quality will their prints be, you might be wondering. How useful is their stationary? How will they manage the personalisation of your cards? And what kind of customer service can you expect when things don’t go the way you thought they would? And what will the museum itself be like? These matters are all questions that can be answered by customers that have visited National Art Gallery before. Read their reviews and decide for yourself if National Art Gallery is the kind of shop that you might enjoy shopping at or not.
National Gallery is an art museum located in Trafalgar Square, Westminster. The museum was founded in 1982. Their collection contains over 2,300 paintings. At the museum, you can find exhibitions like Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites, Monochrome: Painting in Black and White, and Draw in Colours: Degas from the Burrell Collection. You can see paintings and other artwork by artists like Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Vincent van Gogh, Thomas Gainsborough, Leonardo da Vinci and many others. As a way to fund their museum, National Gallery opened up National Gallery Publications in 1982. This company was later renamed National Gallery Company Limited. In this shop, they offer prints, posters, postcards and mini prints in various styles and from various artists. They also offer stationary like calendars, wrapping paper, Christmas cards, greeting cards, notebooks, artist’s materials, greeting cards, craft kits, notepads, personalised cards, diaries, address books, notepads, advent calendars and more. Their accessories category contains scarves, jewellery umbrellas, bags, t-shirts, walking sticks, keyring and pocket mirrors. They also offer home decor items like fridge magnets, tableware, tea towels, vases, deck chairs, cushions, art sculptures, glasses, frames etc. For children, they offer traditional children’s toys, games, puzzles and clothing. And in their bookshop, they offer picture books, story books and books on science, art conservation, art criticism, art history, art techniques and art reference.
Top 10 paintings at National Gallery.
You can buy all of their items in their physical shop right next to the museum, but you can also order them via their website. It’s also possible to order your tickets to the National Gallery museum online.
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I use to go there few years back with my parents, later now after after college, I go there to recollect my memories. It is so fun and great for artistic-loving people, like my own family, everybody just love to show their intellect or prowness on artistic approach. They have something like 2000 paintings or even more as of I heard. They have extensive artwork of top-notch classic painters and artists.
It is a delight to go there.