When we hear the words “Golden Age,” our ears perk, and yours should, too. Featuring a stunning array of Flemish paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries, this gallery in Geneva, Switzerland, is a major destination for art collectors and connoisseurs this winter. What’s the buzz?
De Jonckheere has a long-established international reputation as master paintings specialists, and they’re pleased to present a blockbuster exhibition showcasing the gallery’s latest acquisitions from some of the biggest names in the Flemish art history pantheon. The exhibition is also a celebration of the gallery’s 40th anniversary, and it will also be opening a new location in front of the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco in May 2017. Along with Geneva, the gallery also has a location in Paris, France.
Via the gallery press release, “For this exhibition, De Jonckheere brings together the latest acquisitions of the gallery: an ensemble of unseen works created by the followers and emulators of the painter Hieronymus Bosch among which include the Master of Half-Lengths, Corneille de Lyon, Jan Mandijn, the Master of Holy Blood, Lucas Cranach the younger, Pieter Huys, Maerten Van Cleve, Hans Bol, Pieter Brueghel the younger, Jan Brueghel the elder, Abel Grimmer, Frans Francken the younger, Gijsbrechts Leytens, Isaac Soreau, David Teniers, Jan Van Kessel the elder and Francesco Guardi.”
“The Golden Age: Recent Acquisitions” opened on November 30 and will remain on view at the gallery’s Geneva location through January 27, 2017. To learn more, visit De Jonckheere Gallery.
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