30 January – 30 April 2016 | Paris (Fondation Custodia)

In early 2016 the Fondation Custodia is staging an exhibition of the impressive collection of old master drawings owned by John Fentener van Vlissingen and his wife Marine, Comtesse de Pourtalès. This exhibition, which ran at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam during the summer of 2015, will open in France on 30 January. It features 100 drawings with ‘travelling’ as the theme – from sheets by seventeenth-century artists such as Rembrandt and Jacob van Ruisdael to nineteenth-century works by the generation that included Josephus August Knip (1777-1847). For the excellent exhibition catalogue, see Delineavit’s Publications page.

For much more information, see the Rijksmuseum’s press release of 2015
and the Fondation Custodia’s website