This winter the Walters presents a new view of the Italian Renaissance. See the work of one of the most original and innovative painters in fifteenth-century Italy, Carlo Crivelli of Venice. This intimate exhibition showcases his luminous paintings, with their lavish use of gold, suggesting the materiality of goldsmiths’ work and luxury textiles. The Walters riveting Madonna and Child is featured together with 13 devotional paintings and altarpieces from national and international collections, ranging from San Diego to Krakow, Poland. See them in Baltimore in a special installation created for the Walters’ Italian Early Renaissance Gallery.
Join us for a special Opening Day Panel on February 28 featuring talks by experts and scholars who explore the artist whose rare and dazzling paintings mix the otherworldly with the everyday to spectacular effect. Later in the spring the Walters’ popular Make Night workshops focus on the art of Renaissance painting, inspired by Carlo Crivelli.
This exhibition is generously supported by an anonymous donor and by members and contributors to the annual fund.