Major print exhibition at The Courtauld Gallery

Date Posted: 09/04/2014

Running from 19th June to 21st September, From Bruegel to Freud at The Courtauld Gallery, London will showcase collection highlights from the past 500 years.

From Bruegel to Freud will provide school groups with an introduction to the largest but least known part of the gallery’s collection – its holding of prints.

The selection of 30 examples spans more than 500 years and encompasses a variety of printmaking techniques.

School trip organisers can take students to see work ranging from Andrea Mantegna’s engraving of The Flagellation of Christ (around 1465-70), Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s Rabbit Hunt (1560), to 20th century work from Picasso, Matisse and Lucian Freud.

A school visit to The Courtauld Gallery

School groups are entitled to free entry to both the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.

Self-guided visits to the gallery are available to schools every day except Mondays.

For further school trip information contact:

education@courtauld.ac.uk
www.courtauld.ac.uk/gallery

Pictured: Seated nude woman, with tulle blouse, 1925 Henri Matisse (1869-1954) Lithograph, 44.3 x 31.3 cm, The Courtauld Gallery, London.

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