Wednesday 8 July 2020

The National Gallery - The Gallery is now open!

The National Gallery
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Detail from Claude Monet, 'Irises', about 1914-17 © The National Gallery, London
It's official – the Gallery reopened its doors today!
Get up close to one of the world's greatest art collections and see our extended exhibitions, including the five-star 'Titian: Love, Desire, Death'.
A reminder that all visits, including to see the collection, now need to be booked online, in advance. 
Become a Member to see Titian for free, plus enjoy exclusive out-of-hours visits and online events.  

Exhibitions to see

Detail from Titian, 'Rape of Europa', 1562 ©️ Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston


Our unmissable, five-star exhibition, 'Titian: Love, Desire, Death' reunites his Classical painting series for the first time in over 400 years.
Detail from Nicolaes Maes, 'The Eavesdropper', 1655 © Harold Samuel Collection, Mansion House, London


Peer behind the doors of 17th-century Dutch households. From the whisperings of servants to life in high society, see the first UK show devoted to Nicolaes Maes. 

Look out for...

Room 32 - The Julia and Hans Rausing Room © The National Gallery, London

Room 32

See masterpieces by Caravaggio, Artemisia and more in the newly-opened Julia and Hans Rausing room, one of the largest rooms in the Gallery.  
Detail from Joaquín Sorolla, 'The Drunkard, Zarauz (El Borracho, Zarauz)', 1910 © The National Gallery, London

Latest arrivals

Gainsborough, Sorolla, Liotard and Lawrence – our newly-acquired masterpieces are ready and waiting for you. 

Detail from Jean-Etienne Liotard, 'The Lavergne Family Breakfast', 1754 © The National Gallery, London

Open all hours online

If you're not able to visit in person yet, there's plenty to explore on our website. From female art heroes to dragon-slaying saints, our latest features and films are waiting to be discovered.