A new exhibition focus on how artists have always crossed great distances in their quest for inspiration and new ideas.
Artists have always been adventurous, travelling out into the world in order to get new ideas and inspire others. A new exhibition explores how artists crossed great distances during the years 1300 to 1800 – driven first by necessity, then by an urge for adventure.
Join us on a journey where we focus on how artists have always crossed great distances in their quest for inspiration and new ideas.
The titans of art history come together in this exhibition: Andrea Mantegna, Lucas Cranach the Elder, Peter Paul Rubens, Corbelius Norbertus Gijsbrechts, Jacob Jordaens, Rembrandt van Rijn and many more.
Immerse yourself in masterpieces of Dutch, Flemish, Italian, French, Spanish and German art that will take you on a journey through the Renaissance and the Baroque.
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Crossing Borders is on display until 26 November 2017