Friday 3 July 2020

The National Gallery

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Detail from Peder Balke, 'The Tempest', about 1862 © The National Gallery, London

Great art wherever you are

The Gallery may be opening next week but you’ll find plenty to keep you going online, including a new series of free talks and creative sessions.

Featuring historical assassinations, stormy tempests and Early Venetian landscapes, there’s something for everyone in our online events this July.

Latest videos

Detail from Canaletto, ‘A Regatta on the Grand Canal’, about 1740, bequeathed by Lord Revelstoke, 1929 © The National Gallery, London

July's picture

Travel down the bustling canals of Venice during the annual regatta. See how Canaletto captures the drama of the event in your picture of the month.  
Detail from Rosa Bonheur, 'The Horse Fair', 1855 © The National Gallery, London

5-minute meditation

Can you hear the thunder of hooves and smell the horse market? Find a quiet spot to slowly look at Rosa Bonheur's 'The Horse Fair'. 

‘The National Gallery: Masterpieces of Painting’ © The National Gallery Company, London

Book of the month

‘The National Gallery: Masterpieces of Painting’ is our July book of the month. From early medieval to Post-Impressionists, delve into fascinating connections across our collection.