Bugatti: Carlo, Rembrandt, Ettore and Jean

April 2, 2009

Three generations of artistic mastery.

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Exhibiting the work of the renowned Bugatti family, the National Gallery of Victoria this March brings together three generations of artistic mastery. The exhibition displays not only the family’s mastery of car modelling – for which it is perhaps best known, but also its work with a range of different medias. Carlo, patriarch of the family, is remembered for his idiosyncratic oriental-inspired furniture, Rembrandt (Carlo’s youngest son) for his animal sculpture and Ettore (Carlo’s eldest son) and his son Jean for the artistry of their racing car design and bodywork. The exhibition comprises over 30 works from a range of media, exploring the remarkable creative output that emerged from this one family.
For more information visit www.ngv.vic.gov.au.
National Gallery of Victoria
180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria

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