Temporary Exhibitions

‘Greece Demands its Historical Art Gallery ’

On September 15, 1844, Prime Minister Ioannis Kolettis visited the Margaritis Brothers in their studio to commission a copy of the large-scale portrait of Karaiskakis for his office. The Prime Minister’s appeal to Greek artists reflects a political and ideological agenda linked to the role and function of historical painting during those critical years. 'Our history needs to be written; you will...

 
The National Gallery -Alexandros Soutsos Museum-Nafplion Annex and the  National Historical Museum present the exhibition REVOLUTION '21: NAFPLIO highlighting aspects of the Revolution of 1821, with emphasis on the events of the Peloponnese....