More than Meets the Eye: New Research on the Estorick Collection

More than Meets the Eye: New Research on the Estorick Collection 23 September – 20 December 2015 This fascinating exhibition presents the findings of a scientific analysis of works belonging to the Estorick Collection. Alongside new archival research, data obtained from a range of imaging processes will reveal exciting information about the material nature of the works and their histories, opening up new perspectives on the Collection’s masterpieces.
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Umberto Boccioni, Portrait of Betty and Nora Baer, 1909

Umberto Boccioni, Portrait of Betty and Nora Baer, 1909

Umberto Boccioni, Study for 'The City Rises,' 1910

Umberto Boccioni, Study for 'The City Rises,' 1910

Giacomo Balla, Portrait of Fontana, 1907

Giacomo Balla, Portrait of Fontana, 1907

Luigi Russolo, Music, 1911

Luigi Russolo, Music, 1911

Giorgio de Chirico, Revolt of the Sage, 1916

Giorgio de Chirico, Revolt of the Sage, 1916

Carlo Carra,The Engineer's Mistress, 1921

Carlo Carra,The Engineer's Mistress, 1921

Umberto Boccioni, Modern Idol, 1911

Umberto Boccioni, Modern Idol, 1911

Carlo Carrà, Leaving the Theatre, 1910-1911

Carlo Carrà, Leaving the Theatre, 1910-1911

Gino Severini, Quaker Oats - Cubist Still Life, 1917

Gino Severini, Quaker Oats - Cubist Still Life, 1917

Gino Severini, The Boulevard, 1910-1911, under observation

Gino Severini, The Boulevard, 1910-1911, under observation

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