Room A at the National Gallery in London: a Hidden Treasure
Downstairs, there is a room almost no one knows about. A long corridor leads you there – you have waited ages for this chance to see what is not seen. Your guide opens a door marked ‘A’; the air is still and inside it’s hushed; sounds are deadened, insulated as if in a vault. Perhaps you are.
This is Room A at the National Galley in London where one day a week visitors can look at works by European masters that are not to be seen hanging on the main Gallery walls.
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