TURNER. Works From Tate Exhibition In Rome

Posted 20.04.18 by Leigh

TURNER. Works From Tate Exhibition In Rome

Date(s): 22.03.18 - 26.0.18. Venue: Chiostro del Bramante, Via Arco della Pace 5, 00186 Rome, Italy.

From the 22nd March to the 26th August 2018, the Chiostro del Bramante in the centre of Rome is dedicating an exhibition to British artist Joseph Mallord William Turner, entitled 'TURNER. Works From Tate'. It is the first of its kind to be shown in the Eternal City and also marks the beginning of a major collaboration between Tate, London and Chiostro del Bramante, Rome. Turner (23rd April 1775 to 19th December 1851) was one of the world's most renowned watercolour artists and influenced more than one generation of artists, including Monet, Van Gogh, Degas, Kandinsky and Klimt. Known today as the 'Turner Bequest', many of the works on display come from the artist's personal studio and were produced over the years for his 'own pleasure'. Over ninety artworks, including sketches, studies, watercolours, drawings and a selection of oil paintings, which have never before exhibited together in Italy, feature in the major exhibition which is curated by David Blayney Brown. The exhibition is divided into six sections and it invites visitors to discover the development of the artistic language of the greatest romantic painter in chronological order. Click on the official website above to find out more information.

Opening times: Monday to Friday: 10:00am to 8:00pm / Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am to 9:00pm / Last entrance is one hour before closing time / Tickets: 14.00 Euros (full price) / 12.00 Euros (concessions)

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