This exhibition focuses on Van Dyck's work during his visit to Palermo.

They were fascinating, turbulent times: In the spring of 1624 he moved to the Sicily from Genoa, and soon after the artist's arrival, plague struck Palermo and most of the population died. In the same year, the bones of Saint Rosalia were discovered in a cave on the Monte Pellegrino following several reported sightings of the 12th-century figure.

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