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    OLD MASTERS AND
    ANTIQUITIES TO A 21ST
    CENTURY AUDIENCE.
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    CONCEPT IN ARTS
    ENGAGEMENT, INSPIRING
    AND ENTERTAINING.
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    CURATED VISITS, FILMS,
    AND RESEARCH-LED
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    PROMOTING EXCELLENCE.

We did it! Thank you

We are very happy to announce that our first crowdfunding project has been successfully funded! We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone for their belief in this project, their amazing contributions, for sharing with friends and for caring about the future of the Cristo de la Caridad altarpiece.


We couldn't have done this without you!

We are now working on fulfilling the various levels of rewards, and will soon share with you the results of the restoration.


See the Kickstarter campaign here

Masterclass: French Furniture with Helen Jacobsen & Jürgen Huber

The third video from our filmed masterclasses at the Wallace Collection on the techniques, craftsmanship, and attribution of pre-twentieth century artworks. In this video Senior Curator and Curator of French 18th-Century Decorative Arts, Helen Jacobsen, and Senior Furniture Conservator, Jürgen Huber introduce 18th Century French Furniture, in particular pieces from the workshop of master cabinet maker, André Charles Boulle.



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Colnaghi Studies Journal -03

We are pleased to announce that the October 2018 volume of COLNAGHI STUDIES JOURNAL is now online. The current issue is largely dedicated to the renowned scholar of Venetian art, Jennifer Fletcher, in celebration of her outstanding contribution to the discipline of Art History on the occasion of her eightieth birthday.





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what's on

Rembrandt | Britain's Discovery of the Master


until 14 October 2018

Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Mantegna and Bellini


until 27 January 2019

National Gallery, London

Ribera: Art of Violence

September 26, 2018
to 27 January, 2019

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London