Went to Chinese New Year celebrations in Trafalgar Square, but it was raining and so went into the National Gallery instead. It is amazing. I have been before and sampled the modern art of Monet, Renoir etc and there are priceless examples of these. This time, it was the turn of Renaissance. Fantastic! There are early examples of rather unrealistic figures and backgrounds, right through to the photo-realistic work of the Flemish artists and the brilliant colour work of Titan. Highly recommended. The only downsides are the staff who sometimes appear to act more like spoilers than assisters, telling people to take their hoods down, refusing entry to drinks, balloons, telling people off for taking photographs. Would get 5* but for the staff.
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