IMPRESSIONISTS IN LONDON French Painters in Exile

IMPRESSIONISTS IN LONDON
French Painters in Exile

Do not be surprised, as I was, Impressionists in London. “The title is misleading – it would be more accurate to use its subtitle,” French Artists in Exile, 1870-1904, ”

 

IMPRESSIONISTS IN LONDON French Painters in Exile

 

but certainly Impressionists sell more tickets. No matter, it is still an extremely interesting exhibition that is worth seeing.

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Van Gogh once owned by Elizabeth Taylor

Van Gogh once owned by Elizabeth Taylor, on his way to Christie’s
In November, a similar work almost broke the auction record of the Dutch master.

A rare painting by Vincent van Gogh that once belonged to Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor, will go under the hammer at Christie’s this spring.

 

Van Gogh once owned by Elizabeth Taylor

Vincent van Gogh, Vue de l’asile et de Chapelle de Saint-Rémy (1889). Afbeelding met dank aan Christie’s. Kind regards Pierre.

Taylor was a lifelong collector who collected one of the largest American jewelry collections, but she also had a great passion for art, especially French impressionism, according to Architectural Digest.

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the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened

New York , the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened Auguste Rodin.
From old lighting to contemporary genius

In 1912 the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened its first gallery dedicated to the work of a living artist: the French sculptor Auguste Rodin.

New York , the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened Auguste Rodin.

New York , the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened Auguste Rodin.

The museum celebrates its collection………..

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