Would you like to see what children think and how they react as they see A Roman Triumph, a work created by Peter Paul Rubens in 1630? Come to the National Gallery in London.
Every year the National Gallery in London arrange a “Take One Picture” event. This year children in the UK have been presented to the work A Roman Triumph by Rubens, and based on this they have decided to create their own works and show what they noticed and felt interesting about the picture.
This might not be a traditional art exhibition, but it is brilliant in its own way, and it for sure helps bring art closer to children and youth.
The exhibition will open on June 6th in the National Gallery and it will remain on display till September 24th.
For more information on the exhibition, visit the official homepage.