The National Gallery
The National Gallery is the Britishnationalart museum built on the north side of Trafalgar Square in London. It houses a diverse collection of more than 2,300 examples of European art rangingfrom13th-century religious paintings to more modern ones by Renoir and Van Gogh.The older collections of the gallery are reached through the main entrance while the more modern works in the East Wing aremosteasily reached from Trafalgar Square by a ground floor entrance.
The modern Sainsbury Wing on thewestern side of the building houses 13th-to15th-century paintings, andartists include Duccio, Uccello, Van Eyck, Lippi, Mantegna, Botticelli and Memling.
The main West Wing houses 16th-century paintings, and artists include Leonardo da Vinci, Cranach, Michelangelo, Raphael, Bruegel, Bronzino, Titan and Veronest.
The North Wing houses 17th-century paintings,and artists include Caravaggio, Rubens, Poussin, Van Dyck, Velazquez, Claude and Vermeer.
The East Wing houses 18th-to early 20th-century paintings, andartists include Canaletto, Goya, Turner, Constable, Renoir and Van Gogh.