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New video: Van Dyck in 60 seconds

"Charles’s most brilliant court artist"  The Guardian View email online
Video: Van Dyck in 60 seconds

Get to know the court painter of Charles I


Continuing our 60 second video series, we take a quick look at one of the central figures of Charles I: King and Collector, Anthony van Dyck.

This Flemish painter was a child prodigy, who began his artistic career in the workshop of Paul Rubens and ended up painting not one, but many portraits of the British King and his court. Influenced by the light and colour of Venetian painter Titian, his paintings are infused with bright and rich tones.

See his paintings amongst the work of his contemporaries and those he admired, including Rubens, Titian, Raphael, Mantegna and many more, in what the Sunday Times is calling "one of the best Old Master shows ever".

Until 15 April 2018. Friends of the RA go free.

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Exhibition organised in partnership with Royal Collection Trust


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Drawing from the masters II: colour in the Renaissance

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This practical course focuses on the relationship between colours, using the Renaissance masters Titian, Dürer and Holbein as inspiration.

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The Queen’s influence: Henrietta Maria and art at the Stuart court

Saturday 7 April, 3–4pm
Discover the influence of Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of Charles I, on the arts at the Stuart court in this talk by Dr Erin Griffey.

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Image: Still from video, Charles I: King and Collector at the Royal Academy of Arts, 2017, showing: Anthony van Dyck, Self-Portrait, (detail) c.1640. National portrait Gallery, London. Exhibition organised in partnership with Royal Collection Trust; Anthony van Dyck, Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson (detail), 1633. National Gallery of Art, Washington, Samuel H. Kress Collection, 1952.5.39 Photo © Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington. Oil on canvas. 219.1 x 134.8cm.


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