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The gallery upstairs features a number of his earlier paintingsWe went to the art gallery to see an exhibit of works by aboriginal artist Norval Morrisseau.

The gallery upstairs features a number of his earlier paintings.

There is an interesting exhibition of Australian aboriginal art on at the new gallery downtown.

Are you going to the opening of Liona's art show at the gallery tomorrow?

He is quite a well-known sculptor, and has a number of works in the National Gallery.

A local art gallery was shut down by police today after complaints that the photography exhibit featured works that some considered to be pornographic.

The gallery had an excellent exhibition featuring some of the best works by local artists.

The gallery is divided into different sections for modern art and Renaissance works.

The children seemed really interested in the sculptures we saw at the art gallery.

Thieves broke into the gallery at night and made off with paintings worth over one million dollars.

Each summer, the local art gallery puts on a special program designed to introduce children to art.

Alexis de Tocqueville once said that history is a gallery of pictures in which there are few originals, and many copies.

The world's largest art gallery is the Winter Palace and Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia, with nearly 3 million works of art.

The gallery is featuring an exhibit by some of this country's most exciting young artists.

Find someone who has visited an art gallery in this city.

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