Beyond Caravaggio

Michelangelo Merisi da Varavaggio, 'Boy bitten by a Lizard', c.1594-5. ©National Gallery, London

Beyond Caravaggio

11 February - 14 May 2017

Room 6-10 | Tickets available here

NOTE: Due to the popularity of this exhibition, advance booking is strongly recommended.

This exhibition is a unique collaboration between the National Gallery, London, the National Gallery of Ireland, and the National Gallery of Scotland. Many of the works in the show are on loan from private collections, and regional galleries, providing visitors with a rare opportunity to see works not easily available to the public.

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Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, 'The Supper at Emmaus', 1601. © The National Gallery, London

Events for Adults

A series of events are underway to complement the exhibition. Lectures, recitals, tours, talks, concerts, study days and mornings have all been developed to give a deeper understanding of Caravaggio and his followers.

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Gerrit van Honthorst, 'Christ before the High Priest', c.1617. © The National Gallery, London

Events for Young People, Children, and Families.

The Education Department have developed a programme of events to explore key themes in the exhibition in a fun and creative way. Delving deeper in to the world of Caravaggio and his followers, these workshops will encourage participants to create their own masterpieces!

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Georges de La Tour and Studio, 'Dice Players', c.1650-1. © Preston Park Museum and Grounds/ Photo Simon Hill FRPS

Education Resources and Tour Information

For school, community, and special needs groups, tailored workshops and tours can be booked. Podcasts and education resources are available to expand your knowledge of Caravaggio and his contemporaries. The Library and Archive Collection can be accessed for research by appointment. 

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Cecco del Caravaggio, 'A Musician', c.1615. © Historic England

Shop the Exhibition

Tickets and memberships are available to buy and gift online, along with a selection of prints, books, and Caravaggio related gifts from our Gallery Shop, located inside the Millennium Wing entrance.

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