National Portrait Gallery ShopCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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Exquisite and interesting. Portraits were my least interesting art subject, until I came here! The history that these paintings expose to you help explain people and their significance in the world we know today. From the very historical, to the contemporary, it presents a view of people in a way that is so unique and personal. Forget Instagram - visit this incredible gallery!
What a wonderful place to wander through for an hour or two. The earliest painings on display are 500 years old - it's wonderful to see the skill and techniques that existed so long ago. And at the modern end of the time spectrum - there are bang-up-to-the-minute displays in a range of media including photography. It's free to get in and see the core collection. What other great art museums across Europe offer that? You'll pay a few pounds to get into any special exhibitions.
Love the NPG. always seems a little bit overshadowed by its neighbour but it's a different kind of animal. Visitors tend to flock to the temporary exhibitions on the ground floor and the kings and queens on the top floor but seem to skip a lot of the other rooms. One of the most fascinating features is that the paintings are there because of the subject rather than the artist, and there's always a brief explanation of why the subject is there.
A bit old too school but they have a fantastic range in their collection which they tend to update on a regular basis. Some of the newer acquisitions are stunning and show that it was not just the higher class who got their portraits done but a myriad of people from very different backgrounds. A good visual history lesson and a stunningly refurbished building my only concern is that the curatorial decisions could do with a more modern touch.
It had lots of paintings but a bit smaller inside than I expected. I only did one half of it so not sure how big the other half it is. The pieces where amazing but they where only older pieces mainly not much modern ones. But they where still beautiful. There is a book shop at the end which is again great with a variety of art and standard books.