In March Eurostar brought the cupid statue painted by Cézanne in his masterpiece ‘Still Life with Plaster Cupid’ to London, so that the two items could be displayed together over a century since the cupid was painted in 1895. The two pieces will be displayed at The Courtauld Gallery until Wednesday 6th May 2015.
The display of the two objects provides a unique opportunity for viewers to consider how Cezanne treated his subjects as equally significant, from the everyday to the monumental, and touches on his art historical influences. So maybe go have a look over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
An outstanding group of modern drawings by European and American masters assembled by the late collector Howard Karshan has been presented to The Courtauld Gallery in London by his wife, the artist Linda Karshan.
One of the UK’s greatest art collections will have a magnificent new setting when The Courtauld, one of the world’s […]
The Courtauld Institute of Art’s MA Curating the Art Museum students have announced their annual exhibition. Organised by nine emerging curators, Unquiet Moments:
The Courtauld Institute of Art, who are currently closed to the public for a major restoration project have seen a 723% increase in visitors to their virtual gallery tour in the past week.