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Leonardo da Vinci: The divine and the grotesque

From november 30 2002 to march 30 2003
Ancient art
Graphic art
Taken from the royal collection, the 73 works composing this inaugural exhibition for the royal museum, focus on Leonardo da Vinci's major preoccupation with exploring the divine and grotesque in the human form. Between others, his studies for The last supper, as well as rare examples of festival costume designs are shown.

The Queen's Gallery

Palace of Holyroodhouse
EH8 8DX Edimbourg - Grande-Bretagne

Téléphone +44 (0)131 556 5100
Hours :
Horaire(s) d'ouverturefrom 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
December 24th, Christmas Day
Admission :
Admission fee :  4 £
Concessions :  3 £ Students, over 60
Other concessions :  2 £ Under 17
Family ticket :  10 £
Free : Under 5
Leonardo da Vinci, The skull sectioned, 1489. The Royal Collection © 2002 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
MORE INFORMATION :
Catalogue : Martin Clayton, Leonardo da Vinci: The divine and the grotesque, The Royal Collection, 192 p., 149 ill., £30 (hardback), £20 (softback).
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