28 janvier 2010

Selection of French Masterpieces from the Pushkin Museum on View in Budapest

Pablo Picasso "Harlequin and his companion (The Saltimbanques), Les deux saltimbanques", 1901, 73 x 60, Musée d'Etat des Beaux-Arts Pouchkine, Moscou, © The State Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow BUDAPEST.- In its exhibition the Museum of Fine Arts will display selected masterpieces from the uniquely wealthy collection of the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. The fifty-five works in the exhibition provide an overview of French painting from the middle of the nineteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth. The show... [Lire la suite]

29 décembre 2008

Masterpieces from the Davies Collection @ Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, La Parisienne, 1874. Oil on canvas, 163.8 x 108.3 cm. National Museum Wales; Miss Gwendoline E. Davies Bequest, 1951 (NMWA 2495) OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.- The National Museum Wales counts among its treasures the Davies Collection, an extraordinary group of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century paintings that is remarkable for its breadth and quality. Assembled between 1908 and 1923 by sisters Gwendoline and Margaret Davies, the collection is exceptionally strong in Realist and Impressionist works and includes... [Lire la suite]
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04 décembre 2008

“Monet to Picasso”, The Batliner Collection@ Albertina, Vienna

Kees van Dongen, Woman with Blue Eyes, 1908 (c) VBK, Vienna 2008 / Albertina, Vienna - Batliner Collection VIENNA.- The exhibition “Monet to Picasso” offers an informative overview of one of the most exciting chapters in the history of art: the turn from figural to abstract art, the progressive deconstruction of traditional picture forms. In approximately 250 artworks – paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures – the development of the most important, and one could well say revolutionary, stylistic epochs of the last hundred... [Lire la suite]