29 May – 3 October 2021
Hugh Lane Room | Free admission
A number of sixteenth-century Italian paintings from the national collection have been carefully restored by the Gallery’s Head of Conservation, Simone Mancini, over the last decade. In this exhibition, see eight works depicting the Madonna and her infant child, Jesus Christ, with his cousin Saint John the Baptist. Many of these paintings have never been displayed before. Learn more about the proliferation of this subject matter in the 1500s, the conservation of the works and the process behind the attribution of paintings.
Curator | Dr Aoife Brady
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Also coming in 2021:
Jack B. Yeats: Painting & Memory
4 September 2021 - 6 February 2022
A British Museum touring exhibition, Living with Art: Picasso to Celmins
Opening date TBC - 7 June 2021
New Perspectives. Acquisitions 2011–2020
Opening date to be confirmed – 2 August 2021
Apollo Project Young Curators: Boring Art?
16 October 2021 – 16 January 2022