Definition of 'art gallery'
Example sentences containing 'art gallery'
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But it has no place in an art gallery. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The gallery was established in 1874 as a contemporary art gallery to showcase the work of local colonial artists. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She has bought many of her paintings from her brother, who used to have a contemporary art gallery. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What happens if you place in an art gallery an object from the'real' world? Times, Sunday Times (2009)After filling up, head upstairs and check out the contemporary art gallery - a sure sign of the changing times. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These days, it gets visited by 5m people a year and is the most successful contemporary art gallery in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'art gallery'
British English: art gallery /ɑːt ˈɡælərɪ/ NOUN
An art gallery is a building where paintings and other works of art are shown to the public.
- American English: art gallery
- Arabic: مَعْرِض فَنِّيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: galeria de arte
- Chinese: 艺廊
- Croatian: umjetnička galerija
- Czech: galerie
- Danish: kunstgalleri
- Dutch: kunstgalerie
- European Spanish: museo de arte
- Finnish: taidegalleria
- French: galerie d’art
- German: Kunstgalerie
- Greek: γκαλερί
- Italian: galleria d’arte
- Japanese: 美術館
- Korean: 미술관
- Norwegian: kunstgalleri
- Polish: galeria sztuki
- European Portuguese: galeria de arte
- Romanian: galerie de artă
- Russian: картинная галерея
- Spanish: galería de arte
- Swedish: konstgalleri
- Thai: ห้องแสดงงานศิลปะ
- Turkish: sanat galerisi
- Ukrainian: художня галерея
- Vietnamese: phòng trưng bày nghệ thuật
Definition of art gallery from the Collins English Dictionary
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