The National Gallery, London has partnered with master cartographers, Maps International, Lovell Johns, to present a stunning scratch map revealing the most important works from the National Gallery’s collection.
A geographic grouping and art history-teaching tool, this unique scratch print features 13 works by European artists. From Monet’s garden at Giverny representing France, Turner’s mist for the UK to the Renaissance portrait of The Ambassadors by Hans Holbein the Younger for Germany, and the shimmering waters of Lake Keitele by Akseli Gallen-Kallela, “a vision of Finland”.
The playful scratch print reveals some of the most significant paintings from the rich collection of the National Gallery. The perfect gift for serious art lovers and those that love to visit the National Gallery, this A2 sized map of Europe makes a fantastic gift and strong learning on art history.