Oil! Oil! Oil! Van Eyck to Holbein and the Northern Renaissance

Friday 7 April | 6.45pm - 8.00pm | National Gallery

The artists of the Northern Renaissance were a very different bunch from those working in Italy. Without the same preoccupation for perspective, anatomy and design, the north looked instead to symbolism, allegory and intellect. With an exquisite understanding of oil paint and an intense eye for detail, the Northern artists created some of the most intriguing and aesthetically beautiful works of the 15th and 16th centuries. The National Gallery boasts some of the best of these and on this tour we'll look at works by Van Eyck, Dürer, Cranach, Massys and Holbein.

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