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The Wallace Collection Restores Venice Landscape Paintings

The Wallace Collection Restores Venice Landscape Paintings

The Wallace Collection museum in London plans to fix and explore all 28 Venice landscape paintings from its collection by 2020. The vedute room in the London’s Wallace Collection is a real window in Venice of the time of the ...

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Meet Vermeer Virtual Art Gallery Created by Google

Meet Vermeer Virtual Art Gallery Created by Google

Johannes Vermeer, the famous singer of the quiet beauty of Dutch life, was not a prolific artist: only 36 paintings are widely recognized as his artworks. Nevertheless, whoever wanted to see them all had to travel all over the world ...

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Historical Retrospective of Bernard van Orley Has Opened in Brussels

Historical Retrospective of Bernard van Orley Has Opened in Brussels

This spring, in the framework of the jubilee year of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels (BOZAR) celebrates the artists of the XVI century with the double exposition under the general title “The Age of ...

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Fantasy Architecture: First Exhibition Dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu

Fantasy Architecture: First Exhibition Dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu

The first exhibition entirely dedicated to Jean-Jacques Lequeu and his fantasy architecture on paper takes place in the Petit Palais, City of Paris Fine Art Museum. Very little is known about bizarre draughtsman and architect Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757-1826). He was ...

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Sotheby’s Auction Results: Triumph of Female Artists

Sotheby’s Auction Results: Triumph of Female Artists

The central theme of Sotheby’s auction of classical art held in New York, which in total brought the auction house $99.8 million, was a selection of art works of female artists. A small exhibition titled “The Triumph of a Woman” ...

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Where to Buy Exceptional Russian Art & Icons?

Where to Buy Exceptional Russian Art & Icons?

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Russian art? Matryoshka dolls? Or maybe very distinctive onion-domed church architecture? These are perhaps the most popular examples, but the truth is that Russian art is much ...

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“Heroines + Heroes” – The Exhibition of Botticelli’s Art Works

“Heroines + Heroes” – The Exhibition of Botticelli’s Art Works

A small exhibition of Botticelli’s art works titled “Heroines + Heroes” at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston is the first demonstration of the revolutionary narrative paintings of the Early Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, who is known for such ...

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Extensive Collection of Rembrandt’s Canvas Art Works

Extensive Collection of Rembrandt’s Canvas Art Works

The Rijksmuseum for the first time will bring together in one exhibition all Rembrandt’s canvas art works from its collection. The project in honor of the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death will present a rare opportunity to see the ...

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