Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck

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Left: Lucian Freud, Self Portrait: Reflection (detail), 2002. Private Collection © The Lucian Freud Archive / Bridgeman Images. Photo courtesy of the owner. Right: Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Italian Woman (detail), about 1870 © The National Gallery, London Pinterest

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Don’t miss Painters’ Paintings From Freud to Van Dyck at The National Gallery, an exhibition of more than 80 works which were once in the possession of great artists.

Explore stunning paintings from the unusual point of view of the artists who owned them: discover why they chose them, and to what extent they were influenced by them.

The exhibition looks at the significance of these works of art for the artists who owned them, from the Van Dyck-owned Titian to Matisse’s Degas and a work by Corot donated by Freud; as well as other masterpieces by artists such as Reynolds, Rembrandt and Van Dyck.

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