19 Mar 14 – 15 Jun 14, National Gallery , London, United Kingdom
It will perhaps come as a surprise that there has, until now, never been a monographic Veronese show in the UK. The reasons for this are various: the artist has been much overshadowed by his contemporaries Titian and Tintoretto, many of his works are not easily moved or even moveable, there are ongoing and serious doubts about attribution and dating (and no wholly satisfactory catalogue raisonné exists), and relatively few English-language scholars have taken an interest in his works. Some scholars, such as S.J. Freedberg and Michael Levey,...
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