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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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“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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Virtual Art Gallery of The Cleveland Museum of Art

Virtual Art Gallery of The Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art (Ohio, USA) has posted high-quality images of about 30 thousand art works from its permanent collection, providing its own virtual art gallery. It means that anyone interested art lover can download, share, reproduce or convert ...

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Gorgeous Collection of Antique Art Works Exhibited at The Louvre

Gorgeous Collection of Antique Art Works Exhibited at The Louvre

The collection of antique art works previously owned by Giovanni Pietro Campana was put together at the one of the world’s famous art galleries – The Louvre. One hundred sixty years ago, it was divided between Russia, France, and Great ...

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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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Remarkable Pieces of Art Work Presented on Instagram Last Week

Remarkable Pieces of Art Work Presented on Instagram Last Week

Let’s find out what art works posted last week on Instagram were considered the most outstanding. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, an enthusiastic artist who holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Chemistry, used the Fibonacci sequence in his interactive light installation called “Pulse ...

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