'Where'er you walk' George Frideric Handel Download ''Where'er you walk'' on iTunes
Thanks to the National Gallery you can book 2 for 1 tickets to experience the new exhibition celebrating the brilliance and grace of Federico Barocci’s masterpieces.
Though not well known today, Federico Barocci (1535–1612) was one of the most celebrated painters of the late Italian Renaissance. Fascinated by the human form, Barocci fused harmonious design with an unparalleled sensitivity to colour.
Barocci: Brilliance and Grace showcases his stunning altarpieces, devotional paintings and insightful portraits. Displayed together with preparatory drawings and oil sketches, they reveal the fertility of his imagination, the diversity of his working methods and the sheer beauty and fascination of his art.
Don’t miss out on this exclusive offer to discover an unknown Renaissance master...Book tickets here
Barocci: Brilliance and Grace
27 February – 19 May 2013
Supported by The Joseph F. McCrindle Foundation
The National Gallery
Tube: Charing Cross/Leicester Square Open daily 10am–6pm (last admission 5.15pm) Fridays 10am–9pm (last admission 8.15pm)
Full admission price: £12
Image: Detail from Federico Barocci, Head study for Saint John the Evangelist. Image courtesy of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund 1979 (1979.11.1)