M&G Objects on Loan

Every year M&G loans works from its collection to participate in various exhibitions around the world. Peruse the list below and consider visiting the exhibitions to learn more about the world of Old Masters and the museum field. Plus, you can view portions of M&G’s collection on campus here.

M&G Paintings:

St. Sebastian Aided by St. IreneTrophime Bigot

The Martyrs St. Valeriano, St. Tiburzio, and St. CeciliaOrazio Gentileschi (or studio)

Lamentation over the Dead ChristAbraham Janssens

St. CeciliaGiovanni Lanfranco

Salome with the Head of St. John the BaptistSimon Vouet

Christ on the CrossPeter Paul Rubens

Drama and Devotion in Baroque Rome

Georgia Museum of Art

July 27, 2019 – May 31, 2020


A loan of 60+ M&G paintings including:     

The Holy Trinity—Lorenzo di Niccolo di Martino 

Christ Leaving the Praetorium—Gustave Doré 

Madonna and Child—Carlo Dolci

The Visit of the Queen of Sheba to Solomon—Jacopo Robusti, called Il Tintoretto 

The Holy Family in the Carpenter Shop—Gerrit van Honthorst, called Gherardo delle Notti 

Ecce Homo—Jusepe de Ribera, called Lo Spagnoletto 

St. Augustine and St. Roch—Juan de Flandes

St. Mary Magdalene Turning from the World to Christ—Jan Hermansz. van Bijlert 

The Heavenly Shepherd—Bartolomé Esteban Murillo 

Vashti Refuses the King’s Summons—Edwin Long, R.A. 

Picture Books of the Past: Reading Old Master Paintings

Museum of the Bible (Washington, DC)   

August 24, 2019-September 30, 2020


Various M&G antiquities: including Roman glass, Jewish marriage contract, and Babylonian cuneiform cylinders.

M&G Paintings:

Rest on the Flight to Egypt—Francesco Granacci

The Adoration of the Shepherds—Pier Fancesco Sacchi

M&G Sculpture:

The Virgin Annunciate—Tuscan

Angel with Candlestick (pair)—Florentine 

Museum of the Bible (Washington, DC)