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Paris Art Shows of 2019. Part I

Paris Art Shows of 2019. Part I

The retrospective of Leonardo da Vinci in the Louvre, dedicated to the 500th anniversary of his death, undoubtedly represents the central event of Paris art life in 2019. However, other leading fine art museums of the French capital have prepared ...

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Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part II

Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part II

The leading museums of the Austrian capital present Vienna art exhibitions that are worth visiting in 2019. The Leopold Museum on April 6 will open one of the most extensive retrospectives of Oskar Kokoschka, who was one of the most ...

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Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part I

Vienna Art Exhibitions of 2019. Part I

Leading museums of the Austrian capital will present several important exhibitions until the end of 2019. The Kunsthistorisches Museum – “Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and other Treasures” Until April 28, the Kunsthistorisches Museum will host one of the most ...

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Retrospective Exhibition of Mark Rothko in Vienna

Retrospective Exhibition of Mark Rothko in Vienna

One of the most signature exhibitions of 2019 opened on March 12 at one of the most famous art galleries in Europe – The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. For the first time in Austria is presented an overview of the ...

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Christian Ludwig Attersee Art Exhibition Opens in The Belvedere

Christian Ludwig Attersee Art Exhibition Opens in The Belvedere

In The Belvedere, the complex of two gorgeous palaces, representing the famous art gallery, opens the Christian Ludwig Attersee art exhibition called “Feuerstelle” (“Fire”). Artist, musician, poet, stage designer, professor of painting and yachtsman, he has been one of the ...

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Nightmare Art Inspired by War: First US Exhibition of Fritz Ascher Works

Nightmare Art Inspired by War: First US Exhibition of Fritz Ascher Works

Fritz Ascher belongs to the artists, which experienced the Nazis oppression – he was prohibited from creating his art works, to exhibit and sell his nightmare art paintings. The first U.S. retrospective of significant but forgotten German artist (1893 — ...

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