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A message from our Easter Bunny

Posted by NationalGalleryShop 29/03/2018 0 Comment(s)


Happy Easter everyone! 



Our resident Easter Bunny thought she'd take a minute to let you know our opening hours this weekend in case you're planning a visit.





sHOP opening hours:


Thursday: 9:15-5:15* 


Good Friday: Closed


Saturday: 9:15-5:15*


Easter Sunday: 11-5:15*


Easter Monday: 9:15-5:15*



*The gallery remains open until 5:30



Housekeeping over. Now let's say hello to some of our other resident bunnies...




Hello serious bunny pins and pretty bunny notecards





How's it going rabbit reading a bunny book






How are things Young Hare painted by a young Albreact Dürer? You're not a bunny but that's ok






Having a nice Easter Edward Hopper? Sorry. That's enough.






Book of the Week #9






It's here! This week's book of the week is the hotly anticipated Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls 2. 100 bedtime stories about 100 extraordinary women, illustrated by 50 female artists from all around the world. It's an inspiring book and a must-read for any burgeoning rebel girl (or boy).



The books are pictured above with one of our brand new pins; Frida Kahlo and her pet monkey from the self-portrait "Fulang-Chang and I". Rebel girls unite!



"To create one's own world takes courage" - Georgia O'Keeffe



Get your copy here: 


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Each week you'll find a new book of the week beside the till, alongside the previous week's title, both of which will be on sale with 10% off for their fortnight in the spotlight. 



Last week's title was Ireland's Seashore: A Field Guide by Lucy Taylor and Emma Nickelsen.





Happy Easter and see you next week. Don't* eat too much chocolate!