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- n. a room, group of rooms, or other space where works of art are placed on display, possibly for sale
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- n. a room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited
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I decided to check out Yale's art gallery to give myself a chance to walk off some of my hearty breakfast.
In 1987, for example, the Yasuda Fire and Marine Insurance Company paid just under forty million dollars for van Gogh’s Sunflowers to hang in the art gallery of its Tokyo headquarters.
An American, the charismatic Nick Cavendish owned the London art gallery where she worked, as well as others in Paris and New York.
Brown custom-designed walls bearing the interlocking Yankees logo are accentuated by an archival art gallery of pinstripe lore handpicked by the Steinbrenner ownership.
As I admire his work, he tells me about the art gallery that he opened in Hollywood, the Celebritarian Corporation.
On the other hand, her daughter was critical and uncertain of her linguistic acquirements, and only at ease when in the familiar receptive attitude afforded by the art gallery and opera house.