Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Chardin (1699-1779) at the Prado Museum

18th century French painter Chardin is considered one of the masters of still life painting, and 57 of his best loved works will be on display at a temporary exhibition at the Prado Museum from 1st March. This is the first ever exhibition dedicated to the artist in Spain, with the pieces loaned from prestigious art collections such as the Louvre and the National Gallery London. Works on show include The Ray, The Young School Teacher, and Two Rabbits. Entrance to the exhibition costs 10€ or 5€ at reduced rate. Runs until 29th May. For the exhibition website, click here.

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