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M&G Objects on Loan

Every year M&G loans works from its collection to participate in various exhibitions around the world. Peruse the list below and consider visiting the exhibitions to learn more about the world of Old Masters and the museum field. Plus, you can view portions of M&G’s collection on campus here.

 

The Presentation of Christ in the Temple—Antoine de Lonhy, called the Master of the Trinity of Turin

The European Renaissance of Antoine de Lonhy

Palazzo Madama

Torino, Italy

September 23, 2021 – January 9, 2022

 

 

 

 

64 M&G paintings including:

Madonna and Child with an Angel (“Madonna of the Magnificat”)—Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi, called Sandro Botticelli (and studio)

The Adoration of the Magi—Jan Boeckhorst, called Lange Jan

Allegory on the Fall and Redemption of Man—Lucas Cranach, the Younger

Madonna and ChildCarlo Dolci

Mother of Sorrows (Mater Dolorosa)—Anthony van Dyck

Christ on the CrossPeter Paul Rubens

The Holy Family in the Carpenter ShopGerrit van Honthorst, called Gherardo delle Notti

The Holy TrinityLorenzo di Niccolò di Martino

Ecce HomoJusepe de Ribera, called Lo Spagnoletto

Treasures from the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University: Five Centuries of Old Master Painting

Orlando Museum of Art

September 24, 2021 – May 8, 2022

 

Rest on the Flight to EgyptDomenico Fiasella, called Il Sarzana

Domenico Fiasella: Famous Painter

Museo Diocesano of Sarzana (Sarzana, Italy)

July 15-October 31, 2021 (on digital loan)

 

 

St. Michael the Archangel Overcoming SatanJosé Antolínez

The Heavenly ShepherdBartolomé Esteban Murillo

The Martyrdom of St. AndrewBartolomé Esteban Murillo

Ecce HomoPedro Orrente

St. Catherine of Alexandria Appearing to the Family of St. BonaventuraFrancisco de Herrera, the Elder

The AnnunciationFrancisco de Zurbarán

 

Power & Piety in 17th Century Spanish Art

Georgia Museum of Art

November 14, 2020 – November 28, 2022

 

Various M&G antiquities: including Roman glass, Jewish marriage contract, and Babylonian cuneiform cylinders.

Museum of the Bible (Washington, DC)