Special Evening Viewing
Inventing Impressionism at The National Gallery is the best art exhibition on in London at the moment. See my review of it here.
Inventing Impressionism is the UK’s first major exhibition devoted to Paul Durand-Ruel, the entrepreneurial art dealer who discovered the Impressionists. It is a spectacular gathering of around 85 Impressionist works and includes masterpieces from Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, and Degas.
This amazing show is shortly to close at the end of the month. If you haven’t seen it yet, make a point of getting there before it’s all over on 31st May. The series of Monet’s Poplars, brought together from galleries around the world, is worth the admittance price alone.
Or get tickets for a special evening viewing of Inventing Impressionism on Saturday 16th May.
These National Gallery evening viewings are really excellent. It is a brilliant opportunity to see the exhibition in a relaxed setting when the gallery is closed to the public. Enjoy live music, a drink in the foyer, a talk about the exhibition, and browse the Sainsbury Wing Shop.
6.30pm, 7.00pm and 7.30pm
Doors open at 6.30pm
Please note there will be no admittance before this time.
Due to security restrictions, the Gallery will close then reopen for the event.
Tickets: £45 and include a drink, live music, and a talk about the exhibition.
Only a limited number of tickets available and booking is essential. All tickets will be held at the ticketing desk in the Sainsbury Wing of the Gallery for collection upon arrival.
Click here to go to the NG’s booking page
The National Gallery