Exhibition insight | Barocci: Brilliance and Grace
Experience the charm and sensitivity of Barocci’s masterpieces – never before seen outside Italy – which will feature in the National Gallery exhibition ‘Barocci: Brilliance and Grace’ this February.
But who was the enigmatic Barocci? Hear from the National Gallery’s Director Nicholas Penny and exhibition curators, Carol Plazzotta and Judith Mann (Saint Louis Art Museum), as they reveal more about the celebrated late 16th-century Italian artist, the scope of his talent and imagination, and the universal appeal of his religious subjects.
The exhibition will showcase Federico Barocci’s most spectacular altarpieces, including his famous ‘Entombment’ from Senigallia and ‘Last Supper’ from Urbino Cathedral.
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