Drawn In Colour.
The Burrell Collection is the holder of most rarely seen works from 19th century artist, Degas. In collaboration with the National gallery in London, the gallery will showcase the group of 20 pastel paintings under the exhibition Drawn In Colour: Degas from the Burrell . These rarely viewed works have not been shown outside of Scotland, where there were originally acquired.
Marking the century of Degas’s death the National Gallery will exhibit one of greatest artistic innovators of his time. Degas was known for relentlessly experimenting with the artistic process in terms of materials and mediums which he used to depict his idealistic modern ParisIan life.
The exhibit Drawn In Colour: Degas from the Burrell will be on view at the National Gallery from 20 September 2017- 7 May 2018