Friday, 11 November 2022

The National Gallery - One gift, a whole year of art discovery


© The National Gallery, London

For the art lover in your life

This Christmas, treat someone to 12 months of comfort and joy in the company of the world's greatest paintings. 

Give a Membership and send your loved one on a year-long journey of art discovery - with benefits including unlimited free entry to all exhibitions, previews before the public, priority booking, plus a packed roster of exclusive talks and online films. 

They'll also have up to six months to activate their Membership, so you can buy now, ready to share on the big day. 

From £75 

One gift, a whole year of free visits  

Winslow Homer, The Gulf Stream, 1899 (reworked by 1906), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection,

Winslow Homer

The first major UK overview of a great American painter. 

Lucian Freud, Reflection with Two Children (Self-portrait), 1965. Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid © The Lucian Freud Archive / Bridgeman Images / photo Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Lucian Freud

A fresh look at Freud through some of his most famous paintings.

Paul Cézanne, Bathers (Les Grandes Baigneuses), about 1894-1905 © The National Gallery, London

After Impressionism

Explore the art of the early 20th century through artists like Cézanne and Klimt.

Francisco de Zurbarán, Saint Francis in Meditation, 1635-9 © The National Gallery, London

Saint Francis of Assisi

A chance to come face-to-face with one of history’s most revered figures.

Paula Rego, Crivelli’s Garden, 1990–1, the National Gallery, London. Presented by English Estates, 1991 © Paula Rego Photo credit: The National Gallery, London Frans Hals, Young Man holding a Skull (Vanitas), 1626-8 © The National Gallery, London

Paula Rego 

A celebration and tribute to one of the most important artists of a generation.

Frans Hals, Young Man holding a Skull (Vanitas), 1626–8 © The National Gallery, London

Frans Hals 

The first major retrospective in more than 30 years on a giant of Western art.