Superb Paintings From National Gallery Of London

 
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The National Galley in London is home to a number of familiar paintings.  There is a good variety of paintings from different eras. The National Gallery is situated just above Trafalgar Square, therefore immediately attracting many tourists. A must-see if you’re in London, especially since it’s free and the crowds aren’t as bad.

'The Archers'

Christ carried to the Tomb

The Holy Family with a Shepherd

'Mystic Nativity'

The Virgin and Child Enthroned

Colonel Tarleton

Lady Cockburn and her Three Eldest Sons

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The Holy Family with Saints in a Landscape

The Adoration of the Kings

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The Watering Place

Adoration of the Kings

Landscape with Figures

Four Scenes from the Early Life of Saint Zenobius

The Madonna and Child with Saints

Calm: Two Dutch Vessels

A Dutch Vessel in a Strong Breeze

The Virgin and Child in a Garden

The Raising of Lazarus

Venice: The Piazzetta from the Molo

The Billet-Doux

The Virgin and Child with Saints and Donors

Pietà

The Aldobrandini Madonna

Still Life with a Lobster

Portrait of a Lady

A Woman and Five Children

View of Oudewater

Esther before Ahasuerus

Portraits of Two Young Englishmen

A Caprice Landscape with Ruins

The Rape of the Sabine Women

The Adoration of the Shepherds

Portrait of Constantijn Huygens and his (?) Clerk

Saint Christopher carrying the Infant Christ

Sketch for 'Straw Weavers at Settignano'

Sunset in the Auvergne

Soldiers fighting over Booty in a Barn

The Virgin and Child with a Cistercian (?) Nun

A Music Party before a Village

A View of an Estuary

The Madonna and Child with Saints and a Donor

Four Figures at a Table

Cornard Wood, near Sudbury, Suffolk

Noli me Tangere

The Adoration of the Kings

The Departure of Ceyx

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