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The Lost Caravaggio: the Ecce Homo Unveiled

The Lost Caravaggio: the Ecce Homo Unveiled

28 May 2024 — 23 Feb 2025 : Museo del Prado, Retiro, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Thanks to the generosity of its new owner, the Ecce Homo by Caravaggio will be on display at the Museo Nacional del Prado from 28 May 2024 until 23 February 2025.

Love at the Source

Love at the Source

16 May 2024 — 14 Jun 2024 : Colnaghi London

Reflecting upon the fluidity of our times, Love at the Source contemplates the figurative logic of Old Master works alongside the more intuitive approach often found in Modern and Contemporary art.

Sorolla: A Celebration of Life

Sorolla: A Celebration of Life

30 May 2024 — 19 Jun 2024 : Colnaghi Madrid

Egmont Art Days 2024

Egmont Art Days 2024

21 Jun 2024 — 22 Jun 2024 : Brussels

Couples: a celebration of artistic synergy + collaboration

Couples: a celebration of artistic synergy + collaboration

8 May 2024 — 7 June 2024 : Colnaghi New York

Couples: a celebration of artistic synergy + collaboration, is an exhibition highlighting works by artistic couples: romantic, familial and beyond.

About Colnaghi

The first commercial art gallery in the world

Founded in 1760, Colnaghi now has galleries in London, New York and Madrid and organises and presents exhibitions showcasing the finest Old Masters, Ancient and Modern works of art.

Colnaghi Elliott

Colnaghi Elliott Master Drawings is an established partnership between Colnaghi and Elliott Fine Art, combining Colnaghi's venerable tradition of handling the most art historically significant works on paper and Elliott Fine Art's focus on bringing to the fore fascinating and important works by lesser-known figures.

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Colnaghi & Factum

Through the fusion of Colnaghi, the oldest art dealership in the world, and Factum Foundation, a driving force in the application of technology for cultural preservation, the partnership makes 3D scanning of the surface of paintings easy and accessible for the custodians of paintings, who wish to create a digital passport of their artworks.

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Colnaghi Foundation

Originating from Colnaghi, the Foundation’s mission is to foster appreciation, enjoyment, and study of pre-twentieth-century artworks and antiquities in the Western European tradition. The not-for-profit platform shares new research, exhibitions, and learning experiences, and brings together scholars, institutions, and collectors. It reaches a wider audience through web-based public engagement initiatives and its publication series Colnaghi Studies Journals.

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