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Best Art Works of Austrian Landscape Painters of the XIX Century in The Leopold Museum

Best Art Works of Austrian Landscape Painters of the XIX Century in The Leopold Museum

One of the most famous art galleries in Europe, The Leopold Museum in Vienna hosts the art work exhibition “Into the Great Outdoors. From Waldmüller to Schindler,” dedicated to the development of the Austrian landscape painting, moving from Biedermeier and ...

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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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The Most Wonderful Art: Icons from the Collection of Grigory Leps

The Most Wonderful Art: Icons from the Collection of Grigory Leps

It’s not a secret that antique icons have long been important collectible items highly sought-after by both connoisseurs and serious collectors of religious art. This is especially true for antique Russian icons that are often sold for tens and even ...

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The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in Art

The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul in Art

Today, on July 12, the entire Russian Orthodox Church celebrates the Holy Feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul, which is also known as the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul. These two greatest Apostles are considered the most important ...

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The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD

The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, MD

While the Walters Art Museum is not one of the most famous art museums in the United States, it is definitely one of the most distinctive, which makes it a must-visit place in Baltimore, MD. Opened in November 1934, this ...

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Results of Christie’s New York Exception Sale

Results of Christie’s New York Exception Sale

On April 20, Christie’s New York held a unique auction entitled “The Exceptional Sale.” From striking antique furniture to elegant silver and one-of-a-kind sculpture masterpieces, the auction offered a stunning selection of lots outstanding for their rarity, provenance, craftsmanship, and ...

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Famous Paintings of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Famous Paintings of the Blessed Virgin Mary

In this blog post, we want to compile a short list of some of the most famous religious paintings depicting the Blessed Virgin Mary. However, before we start, it is important to note that no one actually knows how the ...

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Top 5 Paintings of the Resurrection

Top 5 Paintings of the Resurrection

These days, Easter is associated with many fun traditions, such as hunting for Easter eggs hidden by the Easter Bunny. However, let’s not forget that Easter, first and foremost, maintains great religious significance. After all, it is the most important Christian Feast that celebrates ...

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5 Things That Are Not Collectible Anymore

5 Things That Are Not Collectible Anymore

For some people, collecting is just a childhood hobby. However, for others, it is a lifelong pursuit or even a quest that can never be complete. Anyway, collecting is fun, but let’s not forget that it can also be an investment, ...

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