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It is my pleasure to congratulate the new part-time members of the Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada.
Linda McClelland MBE, playfair education co-ordinator at the National Galleries of Scotland, said: "If you need cheering up just come along and see the 53 winning works of art from this year's competition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
The National Gallery's picture, painted in 1912, will be at the Barber in return for a Monet painting, Church at Varengeville, which features in the National Gallery's exhibition, Monet and Architecture, until July 29.
The display will also feature a 30-minute film, shot in a slate mine in Snowdonia and in the National Gallery, about a painting that has taken human form.
Pontypridd The town will be at the heart of the south east Wales Metro, so why not locate a national gallery of modern Welsh art close to its train station in the centre of the town?
The Masterpiece Tour is part of the National Gallery's commitment to promote the understanding, knowledge and appreciation of Old Master paintings to as wide an audience as possible.
JASON ROBERTS Members of the PCS union stage a demonstration outside the World Museum against | proposals by the National Gallery to privatise services
I hadn't tried any other museums in the meantime and this opportunity came up by chance because I met somebody who worked at the National Gallery, who suggested it, and then I met Nick Penny and he said, 'Okay.'
Garda Michael Moore said he retrieved the CCTV footage from the National Gallery and identified Shannon to the jury.
COVENTRY become the National Gallery's ninth associate artist.
The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., is one of the major museums in the United States.
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario May 17-Sept.

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