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 +[[Image:Ancient Rome (1757) by Giovanni Paolo Panini.jpg|thumb|right|200px|''[[Ancient Rome (painting)|Ancient Rome]]'' (1757) by [[Giovanni Paolo Panini]]]]
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-:''[[art museum]]''+An '''art gallery''' can refer to:
-An '''art gallery''' or '''art museum''' is a space for the [[art exhibition|exhibition of art]], usually [[visual art]], and usually primarily [[painting]]s. [[Sculpture]], [[illustrations]], and objects from the [[applied arts]] may also be shown. The term is used both for both '''public''' galleries, which are [[museum]]s for the display of a permanent collection of art, and '''private''' galleries, which are commercial enterprises for the [[trade|sale]] of art. However both types of gallery may host temporary exhibitions including art borrowed from elsewhere.{{GFDL}}+ 
 +*An [[art museum]]
 +*An [[art dealer]]ship

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