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Monday, April 18, 2016
Francesco Barbieri, called Guercino, A Study for Hercules, in
three-quarter-length, 1640s. Photographer
The Nationalmuseum has acquired a red-chalk figure study for a Hercules,
in three-quarter-length from the 1640s by the
Italian Baroque artist Guercino. The drawing that in the 18th
century belonged to the Swedish diplomat and art collector Count Carl Gustaf
Tessin has thus been reunited with the main part of his drawings collection in
the museum’s holdings.
Read more Lars Bohman Gallery: Last week for Helena
Blomqvists exhibition Florentine The show runs through April 24.
Daybed Portrait 1963, 2016
Fine Art Print
108 x 130 cm