The Hans Rudolph Gerstenmaier collection is one of the most important private collections of Flemish art in the world, focusing on the 15th to 17th centuries.
The exhibition presents paintings on wood and canvas and also some engravings, created by the most celebrated masters of their time: Rubens, and his apprentice, Van Dyck. The treasures from the Gerstenmaier collection are displayed alongside priceless works from the permanent collection of the Pinacothèque de Paris.
Image: Pierre Paul Rubens, La vierge de Cumberland. Undated. ©Collection Gerstenmaier Event Categories: Exhibitions