Their Majesties the King and the Queen of Sweden are currently in Luxembourg as part of the 74th Board Meeting of the World Scout Foundation. HRH the Crown Princess of Luxembourg and HM the Queen of Sweden, sharing a common interest for art, visited the ‘Villa Vauban’, in the afternoon, which hosts the exhibition ‘John Constable’s English Landscapes – Masterpieces from the Tate Collection’ dedicated to the work of the well-known English painter.
This unique exhibition, organised in collaboration with the Tate, proposes a comprehensive selection of Constable’s art inspired by his homeland landscapes and life events. The collection ranges from small sketches to large landscapes, such as the world-renowned painting ‘Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows’. The museum also features oeuvres of European painters of the 18th and 19th-century, inviting the guests to explore the interpretations of art at that time. The exhibition is open until October, 9th.