National Gallery guidebooks

London Painting Trail_490.jpgFor everyone who wants to explore the fascinating world of art in London, Moleskine has partnered with the National Gallery museum to release two different city guide notebooks with a twist: The London Painting Trail, perfect to explore the city and discover seven of the most prestigious collections of paintings, including the ones of Apsley House, the Courtauld Gallery and the Royal Collection- and the Little Red Book Twin Set, a special edition set of notebooks narrating quirky facts behind the Gallery's collections. Both are available at the National Gallery bookshop and online
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Fully illustrated, The London Painting Trail provides all the essential information you need for your visit - location, opening hours, what's in the collection, as well as information about the "three to see", three paintings in the collection that are an absolute must-see. Thanks to expert knowledge packed into this handy guide, you can learn the history, significance and symbolism hidden in iconic paintings such as Van Gogh's Sunflowers and Edouard Manet's A Bar at the Folies-Bergere.
The guidebook also features 36 pages of zone maps with station index, 42 blank pages for free notes, 96 notched pages for your city file, and an expandable inner pocket.

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Founded in 1824 and located on the central Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery houses one of the greatest collections of Western European paintings dating from the mid-13th to the 20th Centuries.

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