£27 - Raphael: Angel in Green Figurine. This charming hand-painted figurine inspired by Raphael’s iconic painting The Mond Crucifixion, has been individually crafted by experienced and highly skilled craftsmen. Made from resin, it comes complete with a card featuring the painting, a description about the ‘Angel in Green’ character and information on the artist Raphael. #AngelTrail
£27 - Raphael: Angel in Gold Figurine. This charming hand-painted figurine inspired by Raphael’s iconic painting The Mond Crucifixion, has been individually crafted by experienced and highly skilled craftsmen. Made of resin, it comes complete with a card featuring the painting, a description about the ‘Angel in Gold’ character and information on the artist Raphael. #AngelTrail
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£5 - The Assumption of the Virgin Christmas Cards. A pack of five Christmas cards with envelopes, featuring a detail from the painting The Assumption of the Virgin by Francesco Botticini. The greeting inside reads: With best wishes for Christmas and the New Year. National Gallery Christmas cards generate valuable revenue for the Gallery, to ensure that future generations are able to enjoy the paintings as we do today. #AngelTrail
£180.00 - Sunflowers Large Tapestry Wall Hanging. This #tapestry wall hanging features Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers from the National Gallery Collection. Made from jacquard woven tapestry with lining on the reverse this beautiful wall hanging features an integral hanging sleeve. The black painted metal hanging rod features decorative brass fleur- de-lys finials. Due to the nature of the fabric sizes may vary by 5%. #MothersDay #VanGogh
£40.00 - Turner Bouquet. Inspired by #Turner's The Fighting Temeraire. Reminiscent of the stunning sunset in Turner’s Fighting Temeraire, this striking #bouquet includes beautiful Miss Piggy Roses, with orange fading to dusky pink outer petals. Contrasted with the subtle blue Eryngium and deep purple Trachelium. The white Bouvardia softens this bouquet like the mists and the ghostly Temeraire in the painting. #MothersDay #Flowers
The most realistic way to become immortal is to create art. | Art Is Immortality - Why Artists Never Die - It's fascinating how the words "art" and "immortality" often stand close to each other. We speak of art that is immortal and the immortal fame of artists. And though this may sound like mere rhetoric, art and immortality actually are linked very closely. Because, in a way, art is suited for communication with people long dead.
£7.50 - Blend no. 126 Fine Black Tea – Darjeeling 2nd Flush TGFOP & Marigold. Inspired by Van Gogh’s A Wheatfield with Cypresses this Darjeeling fine tea embodies the bright and colourful scene in the painting. #tea
We can't stop technological progress. We can only embrace it and make the best of it. | Creating Art with Software - Is It Cheating? - Computers ease many processes - the process of art creation included. Working on a creative project requires less and less skill. All you need is a little basic knowledge and a good idea. Art isn't what it used to be. - Or is it?
May 2016. The National Gallery Companion Guide. £12.95. Discover Erika Langmuir’s insightful commentaries on over 200 works in our revised and expanded National Gallery Companion Guide. By Erika Langmuir.
Una arteritis de la temporal pintada por Piero di Cosimo
WAS £3.25 NOW £1.75 - Partridge Bird Clip Decoration Add colour and spectacle to your décor with this lovely bird clip. In contrasting yellow and brown tones, this bird decoration has detailed features with feathers, a beak, eyes and comes with a crocodile clip to enable you to attach it almost everywhere. Lightweight and delicate this little bird will also make a great place card holder for your Christmas table.
September 2016. The Sixteenth Century Italian Paintings Volume III Bologna and Ferrara. £75.00. The latest volume in the authoritative series cataloguing the collection of the National Gallery. By Nicholas Penny and Giorgia Mancini.