Tag Archives: Painting

Carnavalet Museum (Musée Carnavalet) – Paris

  Please Note: The Carnavalet Museum is currently closed for renovations until December, 2019. Documenting the history of Paris from ancient times to the present day, the Carnavalet is the city’s preeminent history museum in addition to being an art gallery with a valuable and exceedingly diverse collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture, photography, signage, coins […]

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Botticelli to Braque at the de Young Museum – San Francisco

March 7, 2014 through May 31, 2015 – Featuring 55 spectacular selections from the permanent collection of the National Galleries of Scotland, “Botticelli to Braque” presents the extraordinary opportunity to view masterpieces spanning 400 years of artistic production, from the Renaissance to the early 20th century, many of which have never before been displayed in the […]

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Paul Durand-Ruel: The Gamble on the Impressionists at the Luxembourg Museum – Paris

October 9, 2014 through February 8, 2015 – This is the first museum exhibition ever dedicated to Paul Durand-Ruel (1831-1922), a major figure in the development of Impressionism, who as one of the world’s greatest art dealers during the latter half of the nineteenth century discovered, promoted and passionately supported the great Impressionist painters when practically […]

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Niki de Saint Phalle at the Grand Palais – Paris

September 17, 2014 through February 2, 2015 – In the highlight of the Parisian fall exhibition season, 200 works trace the career arc of Niki de Saint Phalle, France’s most celebrated, twentieth century, woman artist, renowned for her brightly painted outdoor sculptures such as those that famously adorn the Stravinsky Fountain adjacent the Centre Pompidou […]

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Perugino: Master of Raphael at the Jacquemart-André Museum – Paris

September 12, 2014 through January 19, 2015 – Gathering together 50 important works of Italian Renaissance art painted by both Perugino and Raphael, including masterpieces on loan from the Louvre, the Uffizi, the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence and the Vatican Museums to name but a few, this remarkable exhibit highlights in particular the central role played […]

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Parmigianino’s Schiava Turca at the Legion of Honor – San Francisco

July 26, 2014 through October 5, 2014 – The Poetry of Parmigianino’s “Schiava Turca” celebrates the artist esteemed as one of the greatest of all sixteenth century Italian painters, especially praised for his portraits, particularly his, “Schiava Turca,” an exquisite depiction of a young woman, admired as an expression of ideal female beauty in the […]

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Degenerate Art at the Neue Galerie – New York

March 13, 2014 through September 1, 2014 – Through fifty paintings and sculptures and thirty works on paper augmented by posters, photographs and other memorabilia from public and private collections around the world, Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937, restages the infamous display of ,“degenerate,” modern art presented by the Nazi […]

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Masks, Masquerades and Mascarons at the Louvre – Paris

June 19, 2014 through September 22, 2014 – Masks, Masquerades and Mascarons, is comprised of one hundred fascinating works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, engraving and sculpture presented alongside an array of archaeological artifacts that explore the mask as paradox, both a religious element and object of vanity, concealing yet revealing, horrifying and […]

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Modernism from the National Gallery at the de Young Museum – San Francisco

June 7, 2014 through October 12, 2014 – Modernism from the National Gallery of Art: The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection, presents the exciting opportunity to view in San Francisco, 50, seminal, post-War works including iconic paintings by among others, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Roy Lichtenstein, Barnett Newman, Robert Rauschenberg and Frank Stella which have […]

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Carpeaux: Sculptor for the Empire at the Musée d’Orsay – Paris

June 24, 2014 through September 28, 2014 – Carpeaux: A Sculptor for the Empire, explores the life and work of the exceptionally gifted artist Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, heir to Michelangelo and inspiration to Rodin, whose theatrical, anatomically realistic sculptures appear to capture flesh and blood in stone and define dramatic French Second Empire style. Comprised of […]

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Palace of the Legion of Honor – San Francisco

Grand in form and content yet still intimate and inviting, the California Palace of the Legion of Honor features an […]

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) – New York

Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Museum of Modern Art in New York or MoMA is the most […]

Whitney Museum of American Art – New York

Sculptor and philanthropist Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney created the Whitney Museum of American Art because she believed it was necessary to […]

Rodin Museum (Musée Rodin) – Paris

As home to the most treasured and comprehensive collection of the works of renowned French sculptor Auguste Rodin, the Rodin […]

Louvre Museum (Musée du Louvre) – Paris

The Louvre Museum (Musée du Louvre) in Paris is the most visited museum in the world and for good reason. […]

Marmottan Monet Museum (Musée Marmottan Monet) – Paris

For lovers of Impressionism, a pilgrimage to the Marmottan Monet Museum (Musée Marmottan Monet) is absolutely essential.  Keeper of the […]