The National Gallery

The National Gallery is the 3rd most visited Museum in the world with 6 million+ visitors each year, 63% of which come from overseas*

The collection contains over 2,300 works in the Western European tradition from the 13th to the 19th centuries including many famous works such as Monet’s The Water-Lily Pond and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.

The National Gallery Company’s licensing programme has grown to nearly 40 Licensees in the UK in just 2 years, ranging from paper products, gifts and toiletries, accessories such as umbrellas and walking canes to soft furnishings and wallcoverings in some of the world’s most prestigious home and boutique hotels and leather jackets selling for £4000.

We also have listings in major UK retailers including Boots who launched a new National Gallery food gifting range for Xmas 2016 ; Sainsbury’s has recently launched National Gallery wine; Greeting cards are now sold through Waterstones, WHSmith, Cards Galore, John Lewis and high street independents.

(clockwise from top left) Vincent van Gogh, 1853–1890, Sunἀowers, 1888, Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851, The Fighting Temeraire, 1839,Diego Velázquez, 1599–1660, The Toilet of Venus ‘The Rokeby Venus’, 1647–51. All images © The National Gallery, London

2017 saw the National Gallery Company shortlisted at the UK B&LLAs Awards for both Heritage Brand and Gifting Licensee.

Our licensing programme is now expanding internationally with Copyrights Asia appointed as our Partner Agent in Japan with discussions for representation in China and South Korea currently taking place. We are also now actively seeking licensing partners in the US.

Join us as we continue to expand ranges with images of some of the most recognisable and well-known paintings in the world.

*Source: MHM Annual visitor research 2013-2014