Current and Forthcoming Exhibitions

Transfer: Drawings as carriers of motifs and ideas in the 16th and 17th centuries

23 November 2018 - 4 March 2019 

Details of three Old Master drawings














The majority of Old Master drawings are stages in artistic processes, which usually lead to an artwork in a more durable medium. In some rare cases the drawings show marks and traces of these processes. All the drawings on display have such marks and the exhibition explores their meaning, while connecting the artistic creativity with the physicality of the making procedures. Included in the show are such famous works as Perugino's Head for Joseph of Arimathaea, Domenichino's monumental putto and Vasari's Procession of Pope Leo X, but deliberately also lesser known works, like Simon Vouet's off-sets of a Madonna and an adoring angel and Elisabetta Sirani's Saint Preaching from a Window.


The Nativity in Black and White 

5 December 2018 - 2 February 2019 



















"Among the most celebrated paintings in Rome"
Copying Daniela da Volterra's 'Descent from the Cross' 

14 March - 17 June 2019

Painting by Daniela da Volterra: 'Descent from the Cross'


















Shadow and Light: Creating the Illusion of Space in Renaissance Drawing

27 March - 14 July 2019

Tintoretto - Samson slaying the Philistine