Salvator Rosa: Bandits, wilderness and magic
Monday 16 August 2010
The first major exhibition of work by Italian Baroque painter and controversial political satirist Salvator Rosa (1615- 1673) in over 35-years is due to open next month at the Dulwich Picture Gallery.
The Independent Online has been given a sneak preview of some of the gems included in the collection.
Salvator Rosa: Bandits, wilderness and magic' opens at the Dulwich Picture Gallery 15 September until 28 November 2010.
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