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Discover 70 masterpieces of medieval art in the new exhibition of the Al Thani Collection at the Hôtel de la Marine.
Full price: 13 €
Usual gratuities apply
Gives access to the salons d'apparat and the loggia of the Hôtel de la Marine
For the latest in its biannual series of temporary exhibitions, the Al Thani Collection at the Hôtel de la Marine presents more than 70 singular masterpieces of medieval art together in Paris for the first time, drawn from the Victoria and Albert Museum's renowned collection of medieval art, one of the most comprehensive in the world.
The exhibition, Medieval Treasures from the Victoria and Albert Museum: When the English spoke French, comprises sculpture, textiles, ceramics, ivories, manuscript illumination, metalwork, jewellery, and enamelled and stained glass, and illustrates the complex and interdependent relationship of England and Continental Europe throughout the Middle Ages.
The exhibition will showcase extraordinary works made in England, France, Italy, and beyond, and illustrate the rich artistic culture that flourished in what was a truly international age.
Highlights include many of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s most remarkable works of art including The Gloucester Candlestick, The Becket Casket, The Clare Chasuble and the Luck of Edenhall.
James Robinson, Keeper of Decorative Art and Sculpture and Emma Edwards, Project Curator, at the Victoria and Albert Museum.