One of the most famous artworks in the world will call Canberra home for the next three months with the arrival of a new exhibition from the walls of one of Europe’s top galleries.
- With European travel currently off the cards, the exhibition has brought some of London’s star attractions to Australian shores
- It is the first international touring show by the National Gallery in London, which opened in 1824
- The exhibition was delayed due to COVID-19, during which time the National Gallery of Australia was refurbished
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has welcomed Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, a work that, like many other masterpieces, really only comes to life when it shares a room with its viewer.
The show, Botticelli to Van Gogh,…