Art through the ages at the National Gallery of Art

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Let the National Gallery of Art curators take you around this world-class collection - including works from Whistler, Constable, Manet, Goya and Vermeer.

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  1. Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl by James McNeill Whistler

    2:43 | West Building | Stop 880

  2. Breezing Up (A Fair Wind) by Winslow Homer

    2:04 | West Building | Stop 874

  3. Shaw Memorial by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

    9:53 | West Building | Stop 850

  4. Watson and the Shark by John Singleton Copley

    2:34 | West Building | Stop 820

  5. Wivenhoe Park, Essex by John Constable

    2:27 | West Building | Stop 701

  6. Keelmen Heaving in Coals by Moonlight by Joseph Mallord William Turner

    2:46 | West Building | Stop 702

  7. Boy in a Red Waistcoat by Paul Cézanne

    1:41 | West Building | Stop 222

  8. Self-Portrait by Paul Gauguin

    1:56 | West Building | Stop 195

  9. Rouen Cathedral, West Façade by Claude Monet

    2:26 | West Building | Stop 162

  10. The Old Musician by Edouard Manet

    1:20 | West Building | Stop 210

  11. The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries by Jacques-Louis David

    3:03 | West Building | Stop 662

  12. The Marquesa de Pontejos by Francisco de Goya

    2:30 | West Building | Stop 621

  13. Death and the Miser by Hieronymus Bosch

    2:11 | West Building | Stop 542

  14. Ranuccio Farnese by Titian

    2:30 | West Building | Stop 360

  15. Self-Portrait by Rembrandt van Rijn

    3:13 | West Building | Stop 250

  16. Laocoön by El Greco

    3:14 | West Building | Stop 380

  17. The Small Crucifixion by Matthias Grünewald

    1:57 | West Building | Stop 532

  18. The Feast of the Gods by Giovanni Bellini

    2:48 | West Building | Stop 315

  19. Ginevra de' Benci by Leonardo da Vinci

    2:26 | West Building | Stop 313

Featured artworks

Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl

Breezing Up (A Fair Wind)

Shaw Memorial

Watson and the Shark

Credits

This tour was created and delivered by expert curators from the National Gallery of Art in Washington. The original tour can be found on the NGA website in additional languages.