National Gallery in London
In 1824, the House of Commons bought the collection of photographs of the banker John Julius Angerstein, as the basis for a new national collection. In free admission, the place is located in Central London. With nearly 300 works, the Museum has always been like political make the works accessible to the greatest number and that they are not only the privilege of the few.
Open 360 days a year the National Gallery in London is governed by the Museum and Gallery Act of 1992. Its purpose is to expose tables from the national and private collections of Western Europe from the 13th to the 19th century. There are most of the painters of the school English (Constable, Turner, Gainsborough among others), but also the impressionists, the post-Impressionists and many paintings, such as those of the Degas in new acquisitions.