Thomas Gainsborough’s Family Album

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, St. Martin’s Place (just off Trafalgar Square), London51.509256 -0.128096
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10 AM to 6 PM (Sat-Wed); 10 AM to 9 PM (Thu-Fri); Last entry 15 mins before closing
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Gainsborough's Family Album collects together more than fifty works from public and private collections around the world to give an insight into the private life of one of Britain's greatest painters: Thomas Gainsborough.

The exhibition encompasses his entire career from start to finish, charting his rise from a provincial artist to metropolitan fame and fortune.

Highlights include the twelve surviving portraits of Gainsborough's daughters -- the first time that they have all been shown together in the UK.

 

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Craig’s review – “The National Portrait Gallery is probably my favourite gallery in London because it appeals to history lovers as well as art lovers. It's all about the sitters, not the painters. Admire the people, not the paintings. But that's not to say that the paintings aren't good, because they are -- they still have pieces by Hockney and Holbein, etc. -- but if they need a pictu… continued”

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