The National Gallery is offering art lovers the opportunity to put works by Leonardo and Van Gogh in their pocket. A new application, called Love Art, allows iPhone and iTouch users to explore 250 of the Gallery’s best-loved paintings in the palm of their hand.
Take an unforgettable journey around the National Gallery. Zoom in to explore fine details and enjoy over three hours of video and audio content.
You can listen to the stories behind the masterpieces in insightful interviews with artists, writers and experts including:
• National Gallery Director Nicholas Penny
• Dramatist Robin Brooks
• Artist Maggie Hambling
• Author Tracy Chevalier
Love Art Puts National Gallery in Pockets via (PSFK)
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Branch Arts have launched Introducing… an innovative new online platform featuring solo artist presentations. Hosted online and launching this month these Featured Artists pages will include a collection of new works for sale as well as providing behind-the-scenes access to artists’ studios and highlighting the charitable causes that motivate Branch Arts and their collaborators.
Maggi Hambling: 2020 will be an exhibition of recent paintings coinciding with Hambling’s 75th Birthday, marking both a moment of looking in – a self-reckoning – as much as a commentary on the world, responding to the seismic events of the present.
After an unprecedented 111 days with its doors closed, the National Gallery will start welcoming visitors again on Wednesday 8th July – the first major national art museum to reopen in the UK to reopen after the coronavirus shutdown.