Rebels and Martyrs: The Image of the Artist in the Nineteenth Century

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The idea of the artist as rebellious, isolated and suffering is the subject of an exhibition tracing this archetype from its origins in Romanticism to its climax in the life and work of Gauguin, Van Gogh and their Symbolist and Expressionist heirs such as Hodler, Munch and Schiele.

Venue details

National Gallery Trafalgar Square, LONDON London WC2N 5DN 020 7747 2885