june, 2019

12junallday29sepBartolomé Bermejo: Master of the Spanish Renaissance

artolomé Bermejo, 'Desplà Pietà', 1490, Barcelona Cathedral © Catedral de Barcelona (fotógrafo: Guillem F-H)

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From the glimmer of a jewel to the sheen of armour, Bermejo’s ability to capture light, colours and textures in oil painting was unparalleled in 15th-century Spain.

Though fewer than 20 works by the artist are known and much of his life remains something of a mystery, Bermejo’s paintings set him apart as a technically skilled and visionary master.

Bringing together seven of his rare works, six of which have never been seen in the UK, this exhibition explores how Bermejo drew inspiration from Netherlandish painting, using illusionistic effects and a rich colour palette, to become one of the greatest artists of the Spanish Renaissance.

Courtesy of The National Gallery

Time

June 12 (Wednesday) - September 29 (Sunday)

Location

The National Gallery

Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

Organizer

The National Gallery[email protected] Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

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