Gazing grandly over Trafalgar Sq through its Corinthian columns, the National Gallery has preserved art for many years. This is the reason that it attracts millions of visitors annually who greatly admire its 2300-plus Western European paintings that have been collected here from history.
Some paintings belong to 1250 to 1900. Among such grand paintings are Turner’s The Fighting Temeraire regarded as Britain’s greatest painting, Botticelli’s Venus and Mars and van Gogh’s Sunflowers. The primitive holy paintings in the Sainsbury Wing are the most remarkable attractions. However the work by Monets and Renoirs is also among top attractions of art lovers.
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