14 November 2018 – 25 February 2019
Room 41 | Free admission
This fascinating display revealed the hidden history of Caravaggio's masterpiece The Taking of Christ through photographs, ephemera and rare books. Covering the dramatic rediscovery of the 'lost' painting in 1990, its fascinating provenance, and its continuing impact on visitors to the Gallery, this display contextualised the painting and its place in Ireland.
Curators | Adrian Le Harivel and Leah Benson, National Gallery of Ireland
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