The Grand Tour: Art and Travel, 1740–1914
This exhibition examines the phenomenon of the Grand Tour, an extended period of travel that was popular with artists and wealthy tourists from the mid-eighteenth to the early-twentieth century. Works are drawn from the permanent collections of the IU Art Museum and the Lilly Library.
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Image: Henry Bacon (American, 1839–1912). St. Mark’s Square (central panel from a triptych), 1881. Oil on canvas. Morton and Marie Bradley Memorial Collection, IU Art Museum 91.214