Competition with
The National Gallery

To celebrate our new exhibition, A Pre-Raphaelite Collection Unveiled: The Cecil French Bequest, we've teamed up with the National Gallery to hold an exciting competition.

The National Gallery's popular exhibition, Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites, is now in its final weeks. More than four centuries after it was painted, Jan van Eyck's The Arnolfini Portrait inspired the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood to create a new, radical style of painting. In this exhibition, see Arthurian legends come to life, cursed heroines with flowing hair, and real-life muses dressed in sumptuous clothing.

For your chance to win a pair of exhibition tickets, an exhibition catalogue, and a National Gallery goody bag, simply tell us which National Gallery painting was an important source of inspiration for the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood.

To enter, simply send your answer along with your full name to

Good luck!

Terms and Conditions

1.1 The promoters of this competition are Watts Gallery - Artists' Village and the National Gallery.
1.2 Entry in this competition implies acceptance of the following rules.
1.3 Information on how to enter forms part of these terms and conditions.
1.4 The competition commences at 9am on Saturday 24 March 2018 and closes at 8pm on Tuesday 27 March 2018. Entries submitted after this date will not be counted.

2.1 To enter, entrants must answer the Competition question via email to
2.2 Multiple submissions using the same email address will be disqualified
2.3 Each entrant agrees that they have independently developed and/or have the relevant authority/consent(s) to submit the Entry and will not infringe the intellectual property or any other rights of any person.
2.4 All entrants understand and agree that any information submitted with an entry – with the exception of their contact details – may be used for marketing purposes
2.5 Any entries deemed offensive or inappropriate will be disqualified from the competition.
2.6 Please note that this competition is only open to residents of the United Kingdom.
2.7 Entry is open to any resident of the United Kingdom who possesses an email address, except employees or contractors of the promoters or immediate family members of the employees or contractors of the promoters.
2.8 Entrants must be 18 or over.

The draw
3.1. The prizes will be awarded to one winner
3.2 The winner will be selected on Wednesday 28 March 2018 and the winner will be contacted by Watts Gallery - Artists' Village within one day.
3.3 The winner must respond to accept the prize within one day. If the winner does not respond within this time, the prize is forfeited and a new winner will be selected.

4.1 The prizes for this competition are as follows: two tickets to Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites, an exhibition catalogue, and a National Gallery goody bag.
4.2 Prizes can be redeemed between Friday 30 March and Monday 2 April 2018.
4.3 Subject to availability; No cash alternative is available.
4.4 Watts Gallery - Artists' Village reserves the right to change the prize to a prize of equal or greater value.
4.5 All prizes are non-exchangeable or transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
4.6 The winner of the competition will be contacted by email
4.7 The winner must confirm their delivery address for the competition prize within 1 week of receiving the email or direct message. If a winner and/or runners-up do not claim their prize within this time frame, the prize will be awarded to a new winner and/or runners-up.

5.1 This competition is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with any other party
5.2 Entrants consent to the lawful processing of their personal information by Watts Gallery - Artists' Village for the purposes of selecting a winner of the competition and otherwise in accordance with our Privacy Policy.
5.3 Watts Gallery - Artists' Village reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions if the conditions are beyond their control.

John Everett Millais, Mariana (detail), 1851 © Tate, London

Jan van Eyck, The Arnolfini Portrait (detail), 1434 © The National Gallery, London