French, northern european and italian painting of the 14th-18th centuries

ATTENTION: CLOSURE OF THE 14th TO 18th CENTURY COLLECTIONS ROOMS (level - 1 of the museum) UNTIL NOVEMBER 19, 2021 INCLUDING FOR REACCROACHING. REOPENING ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20, 2021.

Self-portrait Rembrandt
Rembrandt (1606-1669), Self-portrait (Oil on wood, 31 x 24cm)

NEW HANGING
TO BE SEEN FROM NOVEMBER 20, 2021

The idea is to reunite the 14th and 18th century works to help you discover new treasures of the Granet Museum!
This time, the new exhibition will be dedicated to the genres of painting through the centuries. As early as the 17th century, painting was classified into different categories or "genres". Thus you will be able to admire more than 100 works, history paintings, portraits, including the famous ones of the Gueydan family, finally reunited for the occasion, still lifes, history paintings and magnificent landscapes... in a modernized and colored scenography.

COLLECTIONS AT THE CROSSROADS BETWEEN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE
The collection features works from major movements, such as the Fontainebleau school, and by great artists of the time, including the Le Nain brothers and Rigaud in France, Guerchin in Italy, and northern painters Robert Campin, Rubens and Rembrandt.

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