Visit to the National Art Gallery, London

  Following is my review of a visit to the National Art Gallery in London for my Bronze Arts Award.

Visit to the National Art Gallery, London

For part B: be the audience for my Bronze Arts Award, I decided to go to The National Gallery of Art in London. It is very big so I went to the side of the gallery with the most recent paintings (1890-1925). The first thing I noticed when I came into the building was that is was very elegant. There were high ceilings and detailed frames on the paintings. I liked that each painting had a paragraph next to it, giving the date, artist and information on the painting because that meant I could learn more about it. I also liked that you could see each artist had his/her own style which made me hope that when I am older I have my own style. I found it interesting that just by looking at art you could tell a lot about history and what was going on at that time. You could also tell each era had a different style of painting of what was popular at that time. 

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