Exhibitions & Displays: Future
25th May 2013 to 18th August 2013
The Ashmolean is home to one of the world’s most important collections of drawings.
Amongst its treasures are the largest group of works on paper by Raphael; drawings by Leonardo, Titian and Michelangelo; Rubens and Rembrandt; Turner, Degas and Cezanne; to Gwendolen John and David Hockney. To coincide with the Museum's 330th birthday, its summer exhibition selects some of the finest examples of works on paper by the greatest names in western art.
Venue: Galleries 58 & 61
£5/ £4 concession, Under 18s free
Timed ticketing will be available shortly, this is slightly delayed due to technical difficulties.
generously supported by the Patrons of the Ashmolean