Tag: Cezanne

It’s the spookiest time of year and while many people are prepping themselves for Halloween at the end of the month, art seekers will be haunting new and upcoming museum exhibitions! Explore below (if you dare) our exhibition highlights, including shows that are closing soon and on their very last breath…    Klimt and Antiquity Until October 8th, 2017 *though many works are on permanent display in…

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Top Art Exhibitions: June

Posted by Published on June 2, 2017

Looking for creative ways to spend your summer? Look no further. The sunny June weather isn’t the only thing that’s been eagerly anticipated… this month sees the opening of a number of big blockbuster exhibitions we can’t wait to visit. Whether you’re an art connoisseur, Hollywood film buff or science geek, there’s an exhibition to suit every taste this month. Raphael: the Drawings, Ashmolean Museum…

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With a bevy of egregious art thefts around the world, and the upcoming film, “Monuments Men”, about WWII Nazi-looted art, we list the most infamous art heists in history, using images from the archive. The Real ‘Monuments Men’ and Nazi-Looted Art The upcoming ‘Monuments Men’ film, directed by and starring George Clooney, will premier on 7 February 2014. The plot tracks the attempts of museum…

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Doménikos Theotokópoulos (1541 – 1614), commonly known as El Greco, or The Greek, although born in Crete, is hailed as one of the pillars of Spanish Renaissance painting. But it wasn’t always that way… Commemorating the 400th anniversary of the artist’s death this November, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in partnership with the Hispanic Society of America, is hosting a retrospective show of El Greco’s most…

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