Monday, 24 Jan 2022

The National Gallery London

Housing a collection of over 2,300 paintings, including Constable and da Vinci, the National Gallery is a must see for art lovers. After your visit, why not admire the views as you walk over the Golden Jubilee Bridges before taking to the air on the London Eye.

The National Gallery is governed by the Museum and Galleries Act 1992, under which it has charitable status but is exempt from the need to register with the Charity Commission.

he Gallery is governed by a Board of Trustees. The establishment, constitution, functions and property etc. of the Board of Trustees can be found in Section 1 to the Museums and Galleries Act 1992. The general functions of the Board of Trustees can be found in Section 2 to the Museums and Galleries Act 1992.

The heir to the throne has long criticised modern architecture. In 1984 he called a proposed extension to the National Gallery in London a “monstrous carbuncle”.And his questioning of the usage of modern technology – particularly nanotechnology – has invited criticism from some in the science community.

The prince announced his engagement to long-term partner Camilla Parker Bowles earlier this month.

References:

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“Constitution”. The National Gallery. Archived from the original on 6 April 2010.

 Historic England. “Sainsbury Wing at the National Gallery (1451082)”National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 11 May 2018.

“Prince’s new architecture blast”BBC News. 21 February 2005. Retrieved 16 June2007.

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