The Triumphs of Caesar are nine huge paintings that are amongst the finest achievements in Renaissance art. They were painted by Andrea Mantegna, one of the most famous and important artists of the early Italian Renaissance. Charles I bought Mantegna’s Triumphs at the end of the 1620s. Soon after their arrival in England, the Triumphs were brought to Hampton Court Palace, which has remained their home ever since. They have been here for nearly 400 years. Working closely with Purcell Architects and Historic Royal Palaces we created the graphics and interpretation for the revamp of the Mantegna Gallery in 2017.