The National Gallery (United Kingdom)

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The National Gallery houses one of the finest collections of European paintings in the world. Set magnificently in Trafalgar Square, the Gallery contains over 2300 paintings on permanent display to the public, free of charge. The collection comprises works ranging from as early as 1260 to around 1900 and is hung largely in date order. Tour the Gallery for the finest European paintings in the world: paintings, utilities and amenities are all up for grabs.

Explore the gallery by starting with Thirteenth-Century paintings, journeying by way of Renaissance masterpieces by Leonardo and Raphael, and finishing with Post-Impressionist works Van Gogh and Rousseau. Invest in the delights of the National Café and gift shop and build an art collection that will help your Gallery prosper. Make deals with other players and look out for bargains at auction. There are many ways to get what you want.

Become an art dealer, locate your favourite paintings and roll the dice to begin your property building empire in this new version of Monopoly. Stay sharp – because there’s only room at the top for one. For everyone else there’s bankruptcy.


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Year: 2012 - Code: A48211020

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THE WILTON DIPTYCH; VAN EYCK

PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA; LEONARDO; MICHELANGELO

BELLINI; RAPHAEL; TITIAN

HOLBEIN; BRONZINO; REMBRANDT

VELAZQUEZ; CANALETTO; HOGARTH

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ROUSSEAU; MONET

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DIRECTOR'S OFFICE; CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT

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