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What’s new for September at the National Gallery

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Rosa Bonheur, The Horse Fair, 1855 © The National Gallery, London

What’s new for September

Settle in for shorter days with brand new online events to take you on a voyage of art discovery and new videos to explore – including a close look at a celebrated work by trailblazer Rosa Bonheur.

With autumn upon us and two major exhibitions edging closer, now is also the time to grab your tickets for the upcoming ‘Dürer’s Journeys’. All dates are on sale from 8 September, so set your alarms!


Albrecht Dürer, Saint Eustace, about 1499–1503 ©️ Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Booking opens next week

Get your tickets for our anticipated Dürer exhibition from Wednesday 8 September. Become a Member to secure your preferred date now and see it for free.


Online talks and courses

Michelangelo, ''The Manchester Madonna'', about 1497, possibly as early as 1494 © The National Gallery, London

Michelangelo and us

Join arts educator and learning curator Jon Sleigh as he leads an open discussion speculating on the sexual identity of the artist Michelangelo.

Friday 10 September
6 pm
Free

Frames © The National Gallery, London

Framing the picture

What is a frame? Why are they used and how were they made? Focusing on paintings in the collection, examine their significance in Western European art.

Every Monday, 6 – 20 September
3 pm
Tickets £39


Latest videos

Rosa Bonheur, The Horse Fair, 1855 © The National Gallery, London

Picture of the month

Hear the thundering of hooves and witness the exciting scene at Rosa Bonheur’s ‘The Horse Fair’ unfold, in your painting for September.

Duration: 1 minute

Jan van Eyck, Portrait of a Man (Self Portrait?), 1433 © The National Gallery, London

10-minute talk

Revel in the extraordinary detail and clever conceit of van Eyck’s portrait, as Emma Capron explores whether we can take this painting at face value.

Duration: 9 minutes


Dürer catalogue © The National Gallery Company, London

Get ready for Dürer

Read all about one of the most intriguing figures of the Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer, before the exhibition opens later this year.


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Image credits:
Rosa Bonheur, The Horse Fair, 1855 © The National Gallery, London
Michelangelo, The Manchester Madonna, about 1497, possibly as early as 1494 © The National Gallery, London
Piero del Pollaiuolo, Apollo and Daphne, probably 1470-80 © The National Gallery, London
Jan van Eyck, Portrait of a Man (Self Portrait?), 1433 © The National Gallery, London
Dürer catalogue © The National Gallery Company, London

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