The most famous art galleries in the world
The National Art Gallery in London contains a unique collection of collections of English and Western European painting. The gallery is located on Trafalgar Square, in the heart of London.…

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The most famous art galleries in the world

The National Art Gallery in London contains a unique collection of collections of English and Western European painting. The gallery is located on Trafalgar Square, in the heart of London. Here you can see masterpieces owned by Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Titian, Rubens, Canaletto, Dürer, Thomas Lawrence, William Hogarth and many other world-famous painters. The gallery also features portraits of the royal family, painted by the most famous masters of the 12th and 19th centuries.
The London Art Gallery was founded in 1824, at the time when the first collection was acquired, numbering 38 paintings that belonged to Angerstein, a well-known banker at the time. Gradually, over many centuries, the collection was replenished with new canvases, many of which were generously donated by patrons of art. Since 1831, to this day, the gallery is located in a new building on Trafalgar Square, which was designed by architect Wilkins.
To date, the collection of paintings gallery contains more than 2500 paintings belonging to the periods from the 13th to the 20th century. For the convenience of visitors, all the canvases are exhibited in chronological order, which allows a better understanding of the events of a particular era.
A unique attraction of Dresden is the art gallery. No matter how you feel about painting, be sure to include this place in the list of trips that you plan to make. The fact is that the Dresden Picture Gallery is not just a landmark of the city, but its highlight, a kind of symbol. The hallmark of the gallery is the famous painting of the great Raphael “The Sistine Madonna”, which has been here for over 250 years.
The art gallery of Dresden was founded in the 16th century by King Frederick the Wise. However, the first visitors got the opportunity to see the canvases only in the 19th century. Unfortunately, many famous paintings were lost during the Second World War, and the gallery itself was repeatedly bombed.
Today, visitors to the Dresden art gallery can enjoy the most valuable paintings of Titian, Rubens, Albrecht Durer, Poussin, Velasquez and other talented painters.
Brera Art Gallery in Milan
A large number of art museums are concentrated in Milan, an honorable place among which is the Brera Art Gallery. It contains the most impressive collection of great masterpieces created by Italian sculptors and painters. The 40 halls, in which canvases by Raphael, Titian, Hayes, Caravaggio, as well as Flemish painters and impressionists of different eras are represented, create a stunning effect.
When planning a trip to the art gallery of Brera, keep in mind that one or two hours you definitely will not be enough to get acquainted with the entire collection. If you have a little time, be sure to start the tour with two impressive restorations – the three-meter statue of Emperor Napoleon, which weighs more than 2 tons and is the work of sculptor Antonio Canova, as well as the painting The Betrothal Maiden, painted by the great Raphael.
The gallery was founded in 1809 by order of Queen Maria Theresa of Austria. It is located in the Brera Palace (from which it got its name), not far from the observatory and the Academy of Arts. Today there are 40 halls, each of which exhibits paintings and sculptures belonging to a particular era or school.

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