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The exhibition introduce the history of landscape, started from Achille-Etna Michellon, Corot, Boudin, to Monet, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and many other artists sourced from the important collection of musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims. The exhibition will survey the establishment of landscape painting in 19th century in France. [ read more ]
The exhibition entitled “Henri Le Sidaner - Henri Martin”, organized by Mr. Yann Farinaux-Le Sidaner, the art historian and author of the complete catalogue raisonné of Henri Le Sidaner, explores the path of two artists, Sidaner and Martin, pursuing their own unique styles. [ read more ]
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The Arts and Crafts movement, which was inspired by William Morris’ (1834-1896) philosophy of craftsmanship and his production, was born in 19th century Britain being progressively industrialized. The exhibition may help you sense the idea that good designs enrich people’s lives while regions and styles of production may have changed, and it has yet remained.[ read more ]
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, known as Kew Gardens, is one of the biggest gardens in the world and is home to a collection of over 200,000 botanical arts. The garden was greatly expanded from 18th - early 19th centuries, during the reigns of King George III and Queen Charlotte. [ read more ]
This exhibition is composed of 6 chapters from his childhood until his late period and followers, and tries to show the overview of artist works and his lifetime from different environmental aspects. The exhibition is also accompanied with the audio- visual contents of his context featuring some chapters. [ read more ]