by Nikki Gandy, Development Manager – Corporate Support at National Galleries of Scotland Nikki Gandy is the National Galleries of Scotland’s Development Manager for Corporate Support, looking after the corporate sponsorships for the galleries’ exhibitions, education programmes and capital projects. The National Galleries of Scotland continually looks for collaborative ways of adding value to our … More Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: How did Inspiring Impressionism make an inspiring impression on young visitors from EY Smart Futures?
By Shivani Pema, Assurance Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse at the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) It may be that a quote near the entrance of the exhibition best sums up the essence of it all. This passion for flowers and gardens is as clear as day throughout the exhibition and fills … More Do we owe it to flowers that Monet became a painter?
By Leona Tan, Analyst, Operational Transaction Services I recently dropped by the National Gallery’s Sainsbury Wing to visit Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art. The exhibition follows Delacroix’s life and legacy and has brought together many pieces of work celebrating his genius. As I entered the gallery, I was greeted by beautifully and … More Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art – a long overdue homage?