Paintings from the Courtauld and National Galleries brought together

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Paintings from the Courtauld and National Galleries brought together

For the first time in 70 years a selection of paintings from the Courtauld Gallery and the National Gallery have been brought together for a new exhibition of impressionists work.

The paintings were collected by British philanthropist and industralist, Samuel Courtauld, and include pieces from Manet, Van Gogh and Seurat.

The exhibiton is on from Monday the 17th of september until the 20th of January at the Courtauld Gallery at the National Gallery. 

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