Category Archives: The National Gallery

Back to Freud’s town – The portrait of Vienna

The National Gallery’s Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900, is an exhibition concentrated around the city which, despite being a police state torn by anti-Semitism and misogynistic attitudes amongst other, was a cultural capital and a flourishing art … Continue reading

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Lucian Freud’s donation to the NG and a newly added delight to room 41

Being a National Gallery geek and all I have my favorite rooms and pictures, like any other artsy NG fans out there, and one of my favorite rooms just got a new family memeber. Lucian Freud, who died in 2011, … Continue reading

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