From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
An gallery painting is a painting of an art collection. A notable trend in neoclassical painting by Giovanni Paolo Pannini and Johann Zoffany, the trend started a century earlier with the works of the Flemish school and their 'preziosenwände', depictions of wunderkammer and cabinet paintings.
List of works
- Johann Zoffany's Charles Towneley in the Park St. Gallery and Tribuna of the Uffizi
- Giovanni Paolo Pannini's Interior of a Picture Gallery with the Collection of Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga and Ancient Rome and Modern Rome
- The Gallery of Cornelis van der Geest by Willem van Haecht.
- L'Archiduc Léopold-Guillaume dans sa galerie de peinture, 1647 by David Teniers the Younger
- The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in His Gallery in Brussels (ca. 1651) by David Teniers the Younger
- Pierre Subleyras L'Atelier du peintre
- Hubert Robert View of the Grand Galery of the Louvre.
- Hans III. Jordaens, Cornelis de Baellieur 
- Eine Kunstkammer by Frans Francken the Younger
- Galerie eines Sammlers from the studio of Frans Francken the Younger.
- Allegory of Sight and Smellby Jan Brueghel the Elder (1568–1625)
- Salon of 1785, a painting by Pietro Antonio Martini.
- L'Enseigne de Gersaint (1720) by Watteau
- Cabinet painting
- History painting
- Capriccio (art)
- Imaginary portrait
- Illustrated art history book
- Paintings within a painting
- Le Musée Imaginaire is an essay by André Malraux