THE NATIONAL GALLERY

MARKA HAKKINDA

It was established with the aim of presenting licensed, original facsimile images printed in England using master craftsmanship and premium materials to art lovers who want to keep the classics in their homes. The National Gallery, which was started in 1824 by the British Government by purchasing 38 paintings from John Julius Angerstein, an insurance broker, today hosts around 2,300 works covering a period from the mid-13th century to the 1900s. After The National Gallery Shop, which gives its visitors the chance to take the facsimiles of the works they see, The National Gallery Shop is the first organization in the world to offer this unique collection to art lovers with name and license rights. ÜRÜNLER
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