The Courtauld’s Renaissance collection comprises important paintings from both Italy and northern Europe. It includes one of the few altarpieces by Botticelli to be housed in a museum collection together with works by Venetian masters such as Lorenzo Lotto and Tintoretto. Highlights of the northern schools include one Cranach’s greatest and most alluring paintings Adam and Eve, and two rare panels by Pieter Brueghel the Elder.
Highlights from the collection
The Seilern Triptych
by Robert CampinFind out more
The Trinity with Saints
by Alessandro Filipepi BotticelliFind out more
Adam and Eve
by Lucas Cranach the ElderFind out more