Rachel Maclean: The Lion and The Unicorn explores the grey area of nationalistic debates with colourful fun and satire
In autumn 2018 the National Gallery will stage the first-ever exhibition of portraits by the Italian Renaissance artist Lorenzo Lotto (1480–1557).
Two collections combine for a fresh look at French moderns in Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet to Cezanne at the National Gallery
British-born painter Thomas Cole brought a unique and inspiring view of the American wilderness, capturing its beauty, power and vulnerability, and posing some difficult questions along the way. There’s an exhibition of his world at the National Gallery this summer
Lake Keitele: A Vision of Finland at the National Gallery to mark 100 years of Finland’s independence, and to explore Akseli Gallen-Kallela’s beguiling work
First work by pioneering Danish artist Laurits Andersen Ring enters UK public collection with the National Gallery’s acquisition of Road in the Village of Baldersbrønde (Winter Day)
National Gallery Curatorial Traineeship Programme, with the support of the Art Fund, has announced two new fully funded curatorial traineeships
The future of Sir Joshua Reynolds’ Omai is uncertain, but as one of the nation’s most important art works, some say it should stay in the country