It will be the second time Mr Devane's work has featured in the National Portrait Gallery after his painting entitled In the House of The Cellist was selected for an exhibition there in 1995.
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In the news release, BET Networks to Host Inaugural Ball Presented by AT&T at Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery issued Jan.
A SELF-portrait defaced by the artist after an onlooker called it "flattering" is going on display at the National Portrait Gallery complete with slash marks.
Shipley curator Amy Barker said: "We've been talking to the National Portrait Gallery for at least two years and we are the first venue to show this exhibition.
The final painting completed by Lucian Freud is delighted to bring together so many outstanding portraits created by one of the great artists of our time," said National Portrait Gallery director Sandy Nairne, the inventor of modern psychoanalysis auction in New York -- a world record for a living artist.
A PAINTING of Cardiff University's Nobel Prize-winning president has gone on display at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Krzysztof Adamiec, National Portrait Gallery assistant archivist, said: "By matching diary entries, with sketches, notes and other material in the collection a unique record is revealed.
A team at the National Portrait Gallery compared the picture of Queen Elizabeth I to one in their own collection and discovered they were both painted on wood from the same two trees.