Pierre-Paul Prud’hon drawings
Influenced by both the Neoclassical and Romantic style dominant at the turn of the nineteenth century, Prud’hon’s skill and creative vision is highly distinctive and unique. The exhibition showcases 13 drawings that celebrate Prud’hon’s exceptional talent and his role as court artist to Napoleon and his wife Josephine. His life studies, drawn exclusively from live models in black and white chalk, are truly stunning and display his renowned mastery of expression.
Be sure to head to the Dulwich Picture Gallery this summer to indulge in the sensuality and mysterious beauty of this draughtsman’s little-known masterpieces.
|What||Pierre-Paul Prud'hon: Napoleon’s Draughtsman, Dulwich Picture Gallery|
|Where||Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London, SE21 7AD | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Brixton (underground)|
23 Jun 15 – 15 Nov 15, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
|Price||£6 (£5 without donation) Senior Citizens £5 (£4 without donation) Free for unemployed, disabled, students and children under 18|
|Website||Click here for more details|