Art Galleries in the World

Art Galleries in the World

An Art Gallery is a place where you will find different kinds of displays. Obviously, when we speak about art galleries, we mean visual forms of artworks such as paintings, installations, sculptures, textiles, furniture and other decorative pieces. Among all of those mentioned, paintings are given the top priority. Paintings can be of oil colors, pastels, watercolors, collages, drawings, sketches and different kinds of print media. Some of the famous art galleries in the world are –

1- Cave of Altamira (Spain) – This is a pre-historic gallery where you will come across magnificent paintings made of charcoal, hematite and ochre. These are considered to be one of the oldest paintings found across the globe.

2- Musee Du Louvre (Paris) – This is one of the most visited art galleries across the globe. With its rich archaeological superiority and being one of the most stunning collections of artwork, this art gallery has dominated Paris ever since it has been launched.

3- The National Gallery (London) – This is an art gallery that is related to the Western European Art. This gallery was founded in the year 1824 and it houses a rich collection of artwork of more than 2300 paintings. This gallery has always been a center of controversy and criticism. Some of the great works found here are of Leonardo DA Vinci, Raphael etc.

4- Museo Del Prado (Madrid) – Madrid is the capital city of Spain and this beautiful art gallery is situated in this capital city. The gallery has got a collection of over 5,000 drawings, 2,000 prints, 2,000 decorative art works and over 1,000 medals and coins. Paintings from famous artists such as Diego Velazquez, El Greco and Francisco Goya are displayed here.

Above mentioned are some of the top art galleries found across the globe. There are thousands of tourists traveling each year to these countries to visit these art galleries.

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