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The Power and the Virtue: Guido Reni's The Death of Lucretia

26 October 2019 - 20 January 2020

The Power and the Virtue: Guido Reni's The Death of Lucretia

The first UK exhibition, outside London, dedicated to the Italian Baroque master Guido Reni opens at The Bowes Museum in October.

Celebrating the artist and his importance in Western art, The Power and the Virtue: Guido Reni's The Death of Lucretia will feature works from renowned public and private collections as well as unveiling new research into works in the Museum's own collection.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of gallery talks, lectures, debates, film screenings, dance workshops, concerts and a special display of costumes inspired by the exhibition created by the Northern School of Art; along with in-conversation events with associations of women and the art-based education and training company 'Changing Relations'.


#Untitled10 2019

11 October 2019 - 28 February 2020

#Untitled10 2019

10 craft makers and artists in residence at The Bowes Centre, will present a unique series of works in progress displayed around The Bowes Museum, near items or stories that influenced their creation.

 #Untitled10 2019 will explore the concepts of craft, materials and making, showcasing the processes involved in interpreting the Museum itself, its history and collection.



The Bowes Museum's Spanish paintings to be shown in America

Eleven masterpieces will star in an exhibition at the Meadows Museum in Dallas from 15 September.

The Bowes Museum's Spanish paintings to be shown in America

Eleven of The Bowes Museum's Spanish paintings are being prepared to travel to America.

They will star in El Greco, Goya, and a Taste for Spain: Highlights from The Bowes Museum at the Meadows Museum, SMU, in Dallas from September 15 until January 2020.

The paintings on tour will include: The Tears of Saint Peter by El Greco; the Interior of a Prison and Portrait of Juan Antonio Meledez Valdez by Goya.

Room 36, the 1800 - 1900 picture gallery will be closed while the pictures are dismounted from 19 August to 23 August.

They will be replaced by, among others, the Osequio a el maestro by Goya, a reproduction print of The Tears of Saint Peter and Marie Louis of Orleans, Queen of Spain by Francisco Ignazio Ruiz de la Iglesia.

 



 


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