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The Haggerty highlights select Old Masters in this exhibition of Renaissance and Baroque paintings from the permanent collection. These largely sixteenth and seventeenth-century pictures deal exclusively with biblical themes. Particular strengths of the permanent collection include Flemish and Dutch works. Those featured in this exhibition are van Herp’s Joachim and Anna and Bramer’s The Coronation of the Virgin, 1630-35 along with Mostaert‘s Entry of Christ into Jerusalem. Several paintings in the exhibition including Trevisani’s Mary Magdalene in Penitence were gifted to the Haggerty by the Rojtmans who were instrumental in establishing the Haggerty’s Old Master collection.