Who Built the National Gallery?

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The National Gallery is an art gallery on Trafalgar Square that was designed by William Wilkins from 1832 to 1838. The Gallery's architect, William Wilkins, used numerous of the construction systems of the Mews building when he built the National Gallery. Presently, the National Gallery houses one of the best collections of European paintings in the world, in a nationally significant, Grade I listed, purpose built, central London building.
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