Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 Exhibition Poster
This exhibition poster was produced to celebrate the Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 exhibition at the National Gallery,11 July – 23 September 2012.
Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 brings together a group of specially commissioned works by contemporary artists, choreographers, composers, dancers and poets in response to three of Titian's paintings – 'Diana and Actaeon', 'The Death of Actaeon' and 'Diana and Callisto'.
This poster has a classic border and the National Gallery logo.
|Dimensions||51 x 32 cm|
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