National Gallery In London Gives A Chance To See And Hear Paintings Through Soundscpapes
It makes very little difference what kind of painting you are looking for. You are sure to find it in the National Gallery, London. A trip to London is going to be incomplete without a peep into the National Gallery. There are paintings from all era and ages. You are sure to find some paintings from the 13th to 19th centuries in the National Gallery.
You are sure to come across some works of da Vinci, the painter who painted Mona Lisa. You shall not be able to see Mona Lisa while in National Gallery, but you can always feast your eyes on "Head of a Peasant Woman" while in London. This was painted by Vincent van Gough in 1884. He painted a lot of paintings while in Nuenen. The painting is based on the life of a peasant in Nuenen. This is one of the more than 40 figures he painted while in his father's constituency as a minister.
The National Gallery also provides an exposure to Soundscapes. This is a unique way you can listen to paintings while you see their sounds. There are professional musicians trained in the art who choose any painting from the collection at the National Gallery, and bring it to life. The piece of music or sound piece reduplicated the beauty of the picture. There are tickets to the sessions set up by the musicians at the National Gallery. These tickets can be bought online and they are available in pdf files. They can be printed at home or in a shop using a printer.