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Win two places on The National Gallery's 'Prince of instruments: The lute in art' event

posted on 22/03/18

We are offering the chance to win two places on The National Gallery's Prince of instruments: The lute in art on Thursday 19th April 2018.

Spend the day listening to the lute whilst learning about its role in art. Art historian and lute player, Adam Busiakiewicz, will focus on images of the lute within the National Gallery Collection and perform music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods with soprano Faith Waddell.

Learn about the complexities of lute making and the range of messages these instruments were used to convey in the works of artists including; Holbein, Titan, Vermeer, Steen, and de Hooch.

Please fill in the form at the link below to complete your competition entry. The winner will be drawn on Thursday 5th April 2018 and notified by e-mail.


Win two places on 'Prince of instruments: the lute in art' at The National Gallery

More information about 'Prince of instruments: The lute in art'


Discover more of the National Gallery's collection on our London Days:

Caravaggio & Rembrandt, 27 April & 7 June 2018

The Italian Renaissance, 14 June & 8 November 2018

Impressionism in London, 22 June & 21 August 2018

The Complete London Hogarth, 26 June & 20 September 2018

The Genius of Titian, 19 September 2018

The Golden Age of British Painting, 5 October & 11 December 2018

Turner and Claude, 15 November 2018


Main image caption: Hans Holbein the Younger, The Ambassadors, 1533 © The National Gallery