18.11.2015

'Govert Flinck. Reflecting History' at the Museum Kurhaus Kleve until 17th January

Flinck's painting of a shepherd and shepherdess in a pastoral landscape is now on loan to the exhibtion Govert Flinck. Reflecting History at the Museum Kurhaus Kleve. The first exhibition of Flinck's work in more than half a century, the show explores the richly varied oeuvre of this important Amsterdam painter.  A native of Cleves, Flinck studied with Rembrandt before establishing hims...

22.10.2015

Painting by Jacob Ochtervelt finds new home at the National Gallery of Art in Washington

We are pleased to announce the acquisition by the National Gallery of Art in Washington of our painting of A Nurse and a Child in the Foyer of an Elegant Townhouse by Jacob Ochtervelt. A masterpiece by the Rotterdam painter, this family portrait-cum-genre scene is now on view in The West Building as part of the gallery’s permanent collection. 

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07.10.2015

Frieze Masters 2015

This year the gallery is delighted to present a varied group of paintings by Dutch and Flemish masters; the highlight of which is a monumental work by the 16th Century artist Marten van Cleve.   This powerful image of the wedding procession has long been associated with members of the Brueghel family, but recently this painting was recognised as a work by Marten van Cleve, a contemporary ...

01.07.2015

On Copper

We're excited to present our "On Copper" exhibition for London Art Week 2015.  We will be showing a diverse group of exquisite paintings on copper - a technique discovered by Flemish painters in late 16th Century Rome, allowing brilliant colour and dazzling results.

Friday 3rd July - Friday 10th July 2015

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02.06.2015

De Heem returns to Dyrham Park

Still Life by Cornelis de Heem returns to Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire after nearly 60 years!

A painting by Cornelis de Heem, probably purchased by William Blathwayt (?1649-1717), the builder of Dyrham Park, on a trip to Holland in the 1690s, has been acquired by the National Trust with the h...