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Andrea Odoni
Andrea Odoni ©

The Royal Collection is lending to a number of exhibitions at the National Gallery in London.

Central to the Mantegna and Bellini exhibition are three large canvases by Andrea Mantegna. The paintings form part of a larger series of nine canvases known collectively as the Triumphs of Caesar. Also on loan are two drawings including the head of an old bearded man by Giovanni Bellini. On loan to the Lorenzo Lotto Portraits exhibition is Andrea Odoni, one of Lotto's most celebrated portraits and an outstanding example of a very particular type of portrait: the portrait of a collector. Landseer's The Monarch of the Glen exhibition includes two works by Edwin Landseer, as well as a drawing by Queen Victoria copied from one of Landseer's murals.

Many other items from the Royal Collection are on long-term loan to the National Gallery.  

Rooms and locations with objects on display

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