The Alana Collection at Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris

The Alana Collection is one of the most important private collections of Italian Renaissance art and is normally based in the United States. This was the first time it had been exhibited to the general public. Over seventy-five works from the fourteenth to the seventeenth century were on display, including paintings by Lorenzo Monaco, Fra Angelico, Paolo Uccello, Giovanni Bellini and Vittore Carpaccio.

Nardo di Cione 'Annunciation' (c.1350 - 55)

Nardo di Cione ‘Annunciation’ (c.1350 – 55)

Lorenzo Monaco 'Annunciation' (c.1420 - 24)

Lorenzo Monaco ‘Annunciation’ (c.1420 – 24)

Filippo Lippi 'Saint John the Evangelist' (c.1432 - 34)

Filippo Lippi ‘St. John the Evangelist’ (c.1432 – 34)

Filippino Lippi 'St. Ubald and St. Frediana' (1496)

Filippino Lippi ‘St. Ubald and St. Frediano’ (1496)

Pontormo 'Portrait of a Lute Player' (c.1529 - 30)

Pontormo ‘Portrait of a Lute Player’ (c.1529 – 30)

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