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The National Gallery. London.

Opened 360 days per annum it national gallery in London is governed by the "Natural history museum and Gallery Act" of 1992. Its goal is to expose paintings coming from the national or private collections of Western Europe from 13th to the 19th century. One finds there the majority of the painters of the English school (Constable, Turner, Gainsborough amongst other things), but also of the impressionists, the post-impressionists and many tables, like those of Degas, in new acquisitions.