Take home a reproduction of your favorite work from the National Gallery of Art collection or special exhibitions. Or visit the NGA Custom Prints kiosk in the West Shop, where you can choose from an even wider assortment of images, customize the format, size, and framing of your print, and have it shipped to your home.
West Shop, Ground Floor
The West Shop has something suited for every taste and price point. It houses an extensive assortment of reproductions including postcards, prints, posters, and framed images. It also offers an attractive array of jewelry, scarves, ties, handbags and other accessories, home décor, artist supplies, gift books, stationery, calendars, and more. Located near the Garden Café.
Among our most popular textiles year-round are elegant silk scarves and ties featuring the works of Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Gustave Klimt, William Morris, Wassily Kandinsky, and other artists from the collection. In addition to these timeless classics, we introduce new contemporary scarves, shawls, and ponchos each season, as well as straw hats in the spring and woolen cloches and gloves in the colder months.
Large jewelry counters contain collections that appeal to both traditional and contemporary tastes, from exquisite pearls and gemstones to bold and colorful geometric designs. Our assortment is reflective of various art movements and creative techniques and is inspired by the many portraits in the collection that feature fine jewelry.
Incorporate art into your workspace with our notecards, stationery, calendars, and decorative desktop supplies featuring the works of your favorite artists. The West shop also offers an impressive array of home wares including sculpture reproductions, fanciful mobiles, decorative accents, tableware and linens, souvenir mugs, and more.
Unleash your inner artist with tools from the National Gallery of Art. Whether you are a novice or a professional, we have the art supplies you need to explore your creativity.
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