Guardi paintings on display at Kenwood House

Regular visitors of Kenwood will know that the impressive house holds an even more   impressive art collection including paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Turner and   Gainsborough. The collection now also includes two stunning, large-scale paintings by Italian artist,   Guardi, depicting views of the famous Rialto Bridge. Painted in the early 1760s, both   paintings were originally part of the 1st Earl of Iveagh’s collection. This is the first   time that the paintings have been reunited and displayed with the collection at Kenwood.

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