The National art Gallery in London is located near the Trafalgar Square. The entry to the gallery is made free, as it is no more under the control of the London Government. It is run based on charity and attracts all the tourists towards it. The gallery has all the art collections from the very time London came into existence, art from the ancient- middle and modern days, are been put up for an exhibition every year by the General public body. This is done on the matters of art and entertainment, so that the tourists also know the value of all these paintings. All these paintings displayed so far, have gained a serious momentum worldwide. Sometimes the paintings are been auctioned.
“Venus at her mirror” is a significant painting of all times, it is simply been admired by all visitors’, many love the way the painting is been done, with so much of art work and knowledge, recourses and time invested by the painter. It is subject to appreciation worldwide and nevertheless, is been closely admired. Most of these paintings’ have come into existence during the outbreak of World War II, but they were hardly show cased, as there was none to maintain the art and architecture.