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Lines of Beauty: Master Drawings from Chatsworth

Sebastiano del Piombo, A reclining apostle, circa 1516. © The Devonshire Collections, Reproduced by kind permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees
Saturday 12 September 2020 - Sunday 1 November 2020

The Devonshire collection of Old Master drawings is one of the finest private drawings collections in the world. Spanning 300 years, these unparalleled works represent some of the true masters of their craft, including Carpaccio, Poussin, Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Dyck and more.

Lines of Beauty has been created in partnership with Chatsworth to showcase over 50 highlights from the collection. Amassed by the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Dukes of Devonshire, these drawings were originally reserved for the social elite of the time. Today, the works form part of regular changing public displays at their Chatsworth home, but due to their delicate nature, opportunities to show them together remain limited. This major exhibition, bringing together portraiture, landscapes, classical and religious narratives, is the largest display of the drawings in more than 20 years.

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Alessandro Bonvicino, called Moretto da Brescia, A woman’s head with braided hair, 16th century © The Devonshire Collections, Reproduced by kind permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees 
Claude Lorrain, Wooded landscape with Diana and Callisto, circa 1665 © The Devonshire Collections, Reproduced by kind permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees 
Federico Zuccaro, Head and shoulders of a bearded man wearing a cap, possibly a self-portrait, 16th–17th Century © The Devonshire Collections, Reproduced by kind permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees