National Gallery's Twitter Profile Analysis @nationalgallery on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 16/12/2020 to 19/01/2021.

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Journey through the story of European art, masterpiece by masterpiece. #Artemisia

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Green scallop shells, mouth-watering cherries and golden dolphins, investigate Cosimo Tura's mythical goddess in our latest 10 minute talk with Imogen Tedbury: https://t.co/hfcgKxWC2r This video is with thanks to @UKNikon, our Digital Content Partner. https://t.co/O4Igp1OYZs
19 Jan, 2021 - 03:12 PM UTC
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Paul Cézanne was born #OnThisDay in 1839. All his life he wanted to tackle the Renaissance theme of naked figures in a landscape. He produced many works on this theme, but this painting stands out over the rest. Learn more about this monumental work with Associate Curator, Anne. https://t.co/9LW5Nu09h1
19 Jan, 2021 - 02:40 PM UTC
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Cézanne was born #OnThisDay in 1839. His ambition throughout his career was to 'make of Impressionism something solid and durable like the art of museums'. Feel the harmony of his paintings at home by ordering a print via our online service. Start here: https://t.co/A3AFTFUAYp https://t.co/ldZJDgBg2t
19 Jan, 2021 - 12:14 PM UTC
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Gina Siciliano's 'I Know What I Am' weaves #Artemisia Gentileschi’s artworks with her life story, the politics of art patronage and religious turmoil of her times. Gina chatted to us about her inspiration behind the book here: https://t.co/BlBAp6adOW @fantagraphics https://t.co/FIET3p8l63
19 Jan, 2021 - 11:28 AM UTC
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We might be temporarily closed but you can still see 'Artemisia' from anywhere and at any time in our curator-led film that takes you on a tour of the whole exhibition: https://t.co/3XnkGxWUrW https://t.co/oTXKHA37P2
18 Jan, 2021 - 04:12 PM UTC
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Ambrosius Bosschaert was born #OnThisDay in 1573. Tulips, roses, jonquils... Celebrate his birthday with our dedicated gift range that matches the colours and floral themes from his still life paintings. Discover online here: https://t.co/MYwXV6kZrU https://t.co/Y3Cnp0QpPF
18 Jan, 2021 - 03:28 PM UTC
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Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder was born #OnThisDay in 1573. In this still life tulips, roses, jonquils, carnations, fritillaries and a single blue iris are massed into a Chinese vase; costly flowers in a costly container. https://t.co/Y2MnYStiuS https://t.co/v6WQLOwTKo
18 Jan, 2021 - 12:03 PM UTC
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Thank you @Alan_Measles! If you want to learn even more on Carlo Crivelli, have a look on our website here: https://t.co/IQ7hezPhDL https://t.co/j8k1IJw04q
18 Jan, 2021 - 11:27 AM UTC
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This Thursday, award-winning poet @theresa_lola will join us on Zoom to discuss how Gossaert's altarpiece inspired her poem, 'Look at the Revival'. Book your free ticket here: https://t.co/GFcBmx7bTd https://t.co/c1D0Oy5qXy
18 Jan, 2021 - 10:18 AM UTC
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'Unexpected views' are monthly discussions about art with some of the most important cultural practitioners today On 17 Feb, multimedia artist @haroldoffeh will compare themes of representation and masculinity, found in 'Venus and Mars', to his own work: https://t.co/AjUNPrxYNJ https://t.co/oW8RJ0vcLU
17 Jan, 2021 - 02:56 PM UTC
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We might be temporarily closed but you can still explore this year’s #TakeOnePicture exhibition online. Investigate New York in 1912 by children from 37 different primary schools across the country: https://t.co/IT2U9A5OyK https://t.co/cpLSOB9Tk1
17 Jan, 2021 - 11:21 AM UTC
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While we all look forward to 'The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Dürer’s Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist' opening at the Gallery this year, our exhibition catalogue showcases the most beautiful and striking art of Albrecht Dürer and his visual legacy: https://t.co/ZDE2jGn0NE https://t.co/03Pe7pKEEo
17 Jan, 2021 - 09:35 AM UTC
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In 2020, we launched a new website where you can download a 'masterpiece' from the National Gallery for your video call backdrops. Find your next virtual backgrounds while supporting the Gallery. You can decide to have them for free or make a donation: https://t.co/fldeb0FCOj https://t.co/KIDp0mwNdg
16 Jan, 2021 - 03:35 PM UTC
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Artemisia in ballpoint pen Read as artist Gina Siciliano discusses her graphic novel 'I Know What I Am: The Life and Times of Artemisia Gentileschi' with curator of our 'Artemisia' exhibition, Letizia Treves: https://t.co/BlBAp6adOW https://t.co/HK6X7qxrTX
16 Jan, 2021 - 02:38 PM UTC
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Join us live on Zoom on 21 January to hear award-winning poet @theresa_lola discuss her creative process and how Gossaert's altarpiece inspired her poem, 'Look at the Revival': https://t.co/GFcBmx7bTd https://t.co/G166F00uzz
16 Jan, 2021 - 12:20 PM UTC

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Although the Gallery has temporarily closed, you can still explore this year’s #takeonepicture exhibition online. Investigate New York in 1912 through some amazing art work! https://t.co/Nj0EQhYt4S https://t.co/G4UvNqUFkH
21 Dec, 2020 - 10:00 AM UTC