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New Bauhaus Museums to Celebrate Art School’s Centenary

New Bauhaus Museums to Celebrate Art School’s Centenary

In 2019, one of the cradles of modernism, the German art school of architecture and design Bauhaus, marks 100 years. Germany pays tribute to it with the opening of three new Bauhaus museums, a festival and dozens of exhibitions throughout ...

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Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition at the Louvre Museum

Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition at the Louvre Museum

This year promises to be rich and productive for the world’s art scene. In 2019, the art world will widely celebrate the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, and the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s, while the celebration ...

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Best Artworks by Tintoretto to Be Shown in the USA

Best Artworks by Tintoretto to Be Shown in the USA

Among the famous artists of the XVI century, who worked in Venice, Tintoretto was the most Venetian. For 75 years of life, he left his hometown only once. Many of his bright paintings are still in the churches and scuolas ...

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The Prado Museum’s Anniversary: Best Exhibitions to Visit

The Prado Museum’s Anniversary: Best Exhibitions to Visit

The Royal Museum of Paintings and Sculptures renamed the National Museum of Paintings and Sculptures in 1868 and subsequently, the Prado Museum opened its doors in Madrid on 19 November 1819. The first exhibition of this famous art gallery featured ...

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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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“What Absence Is Made Of” – Art Gallery Installations Representing Absence

“What Absence Is Made Of” – Art Gallery Installations Representing Absence

The unusual exhibition titled “What Absence Is Made Of” held in the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum collected 70 artworks created over the past 70 years. For the first time masterpieces by such renowned artists as Joseph Beuys, Gerhard Richter, Huang Yong ...

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