(Last Updated on : 23/05/2013)
National Art Gallery , Delhi is integrated to the Pantheon complex, exhibiting several wonderful paintings of the sixteenth and eighteenth century of the Mughal
and Rajasthani 'gharanas'. National Art Gallery has a wonderful building, built of pink sandstones also houses antiquities of handicrafts of eleventh and twelfth centuries.
The National Art Gallery , Delhiwas built keeping in mind the famous Henry Irwin designs .In the year 1907, by T. Namberumal Chetty took the onus of building this gallery. The whole building of National Art Gallery is a storehouse of the some of the finest treasures of art and architecture in the city. Encouraged by the motives of Mughal architecture
, the designing work is most notably exhibited on the front wall.
The National Art Gallery is on display for public appraisal. Except on Fridays and all the national holidays, the gallery is thronged with people from the locality as well as through out the country. Special fees are being sought from the people.