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Man charged with vandalising painting by Gainsborough at National Gallery

... checked, it would be very difficult to prevent visitors from carrying small metal objects. The gallery will be reviewing security following the incident. Man charged with vandalising painting by Gainsborough at National Gallery #News #National_Gallery,_London #Thomas_Gainsborough_

London's National Gallery gets first new display space in 26 years

... implement than was originally anticipated”, according to a gallery statement. Officials hope that the work can begin on site later this year. London's National Gallery gets first new display space in 26 years #Museums #National_Gallery,_London

UK export licence denied for Pontormo portrait

... cover part of his exchange rate losses. Hill decided that the promised amount was not enough. This led to his final decision to reject the National Gallery’s concession. UK export licence denied for Pontormo portrait #Museums #National_Gallery,_London

Three to see: London

... gallery dedicated to portraits of Olga, Picasso’s first wife, shows the master painter at his naturalistic best, with Portrait of Olga Picasso (1923), which won him the Carnegie Prize in 1930. Three to see: London #Exhibitions #National_Gallery,_London #National_Portrait_Gallery,_London #South_London_Gallery

National Gallery finally takes the Fourth Plinth to its heart

... monument in itself, in a square which honours history and the great people of history. So the fact that they’re taking on all those resonances is fascinating.” National Gallery finally takes the Fourth Plinth to its heart #News #National_Gallery,_London

National Gallery's acquisition of Pontormo portrait under threat

... not to abide by his commitment, he will have to keep the painting in the UK. Neither the gallery nor Hill’s office were willing to comment. National Gallery's acquisition of Pontormo portrait under threat #Acquisitions #National_Gallery,_London

Sewell’s "beautiful and refined" gift to the National Gallery

... refined Maternal Affection, which he owned, has come to the gallery as a gift from his estate.” Mr Sewell would (secretly) have been delighted. Sewell’s "beautiful and refined" gift to the National Gallery #In_the_frame #National_Gallery,_London

London’s National Gallery close to buying £30m Pontormo portrait

... for £50m and £45m in 2009 and 2012. Raphael’s Madonna of the Pinks (1506-07), purchased by the National Gallery in 2004 was valued at £35m. London’s National Gallery close to buying £30m Pontormo portrait #Acquisitions #National_Gallery,_London

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