See Major Art Exhibitions in London in 2014 - in the top menu
I'm not going to list them all here - that's what the page is for. However I will note those I'm looking forward to in a timeline below
|A Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling (Anne Lovell?)|
Hans Holbein the Younger
National Gallery, London (Image from Google Art)
- part of the Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance exhibition
NEW Exhibitions in 2014 - my top ten
- Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance at the National Gallery (Sainsbury Wing) - includes work by Hans Holbein the Younger, Albrecht Dürer and Lucas Cranach the Elder.
- Hockney, Printmaker at Dulwich Picture Gallery - focuses on Hockney's work as a printmaker 60 years after he made his first print.
- Botanical Art in the 21st Century and Overleaf - at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery at Kew Gardens - Contemporary botanical art
- Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at Tate Modern. I should imagine this one will be very popular as it's the most comprehensive exhibition of work in this genre!
- Kenneth Clark at Tate Britain - examines Clark’s role as a patron and collector, art historian, public servant and broadcaster, and celebrates his contribution to bringing art in the twentieth century to a more popular audience.
- Colour at the National Gallery (Sainsbury Wing) - an exhibition examining the history of colour in art.
- Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A - they're keeping quiet about this but here's hoping this is going to be a good one!
- Late Turner: Painting Set Free at Tate Britain - the first major exhibition to survey the achievements of the last works of J.M.W. Turner (1775–1851).
- Rembrandt: The Final Years at the National Gallery (Sainsbury Wing Exhibition)
- Painting Canada 2 at Dulwich Picture Gallery - I loved Painting Canada about Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven and I'm looking forward to seeing the work of Emily Carr - one of Canada’s best loved artists