The focus of the collection is 17th- and 18th-century music, its cultural context and performance practice.
These two portraits, of a kind rarely seen in public collections, will now better represent Ostade’s oeuvre within Cambridge and the UK.
The painting is the second Ter Brugghen for the Met’s collection, next to The Crucifixion with the Virgin and Saint John.
The Antwerp Jesuits understood the art of persuasion. In the seventeenth century, they called on none other than Rubens to create a unique series of paintings. The three-part exhibition Baroque Influencers relays their story through a numbe...
Starting this autumn, you can discover the prestigious library for the first time on your own.