National Portrait Gallery

20/Nov/11

The National Portrait Gallery is located in central London however for the first 40 years it was in Westminster. As the collection of portraits grew so did the amount of customers,  it’s collection size is now 160,000 portraits, from 16th century to the present day. The Gallery houses portraits of William Shakespeare, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. There is currently a gallery on Mick Jagger, Charles Dickens and
Augustus John. The gallery is divided into different sections such as: Tudor and Elizabethan, Georgian, 20th Century and Contemporary Displays.

One of the best aspects to the National Portrait Gallery is that it’s FREE.

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