Bruegel to Freud

Art, Prints and editions
Canaletto ('Portico with lantern', 1741-1744)
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'Portico with lantern', 1741-1744Courtesy The Courtauld Gallery, London
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec ('The Jockey', 1899)
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'The Jockey', 1899Courtesy The Courtauld Gallery, London
Henri Matisse ('Seated nude woman, with tulle blouse', 1925)
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'Seated nude woman, with tulle blouse', 1925Courtesy The Courtauld Gallery, London  
Lucian Freud ('Blond Girl', 1985)
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'Blond Girl', 1985Courtesy The Courtauld Gallery, London, Frank Auerbach Gift, 2012. © Lucian Freud Archive/Bridgeman Art Library
Pieter Bruegel the Elder ('Rabbit hunt', 1560)
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'Rabbit hunt', 1560Courtesy The Courtauld Gallery, London

Approximately thirty exceptional prints that span over 500 years and demonstrate a range of printmaking techniques are exhibited in this summer showcase. Among these works include Andrea Mantegana’s engraving of The Flagellation of Christ (1465-1970), Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Rabbit Hunt (1560), the only print executed by the artist himself, and even 20th century works by Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse.

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