This winter, GOMA is home to some of the most incredible pieces of European art spanning 500 years and featuring artists like Rembrandt, Rubens, Turner, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne and Monet. The earliest paintings are from the emerging renaissance with later paintings finishing at the height of early twentieth century post-impressionism. Some of the most famous exhibited paintings include Caravaggio’s ‘The Musicians’, Rembrandt’s ‘Flora’ and Van Gogh’s ‘The Flowering Orchard’. Most of these paintings rarely ever leave The Met in New York, so get in quick to admire these masterpieces!
Picture: Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi) / Italy 1571–1610 / The Musicians (detail) 1597 / Oil on canvas / 92.1 x 118.4cm / Rogers Fund 1952 / 52.81 / Collection: The Metropolitan Museum of Art