From the UK to Brazil... and back to Europe!

The “The National Gallery” Collection brings great artistic inspirations from one of the largest museums in the world, with more than 2.3 thousand paintings in its collection. Visitors can see up close works by artists such as: Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Caravaggio, Raphael, Michelangelo, Monet and Van Gogh.

This inexhaustible source of references was the basis for the creation of the design of the pieces, which include sunglasses, multi lenses and prescription glasses.

A true tribute to artists and timeless pieces, a treasure of humanity.

Caravaggio (1594-1595)

Boy Bitten by a Lizard

The combination of dead nature with elongated figures makes this painting very innovative. Having a very complex gender symbolism for the time, it allows different interpretations: the pain behind the beauty. Many believe that this work is one of the painter’s great studies of expression. There are two copies of this work, and one of them you can see at the National Gallery in London.

George Stubbs (1762)

Whistlejacket

The oil painting by George Stubbs shows all the beauty of a horse racing. The animal, painted on a backgroundless canvas, makes every muscle and strength draw a lot of attention to the perfectly beautiful pureblood.