Auguste Renoir was influenced neither by money nor by fame, he could not tolerate intellectuals and sticklers, but most of all he was afraid that his children would get into business. He appreciated scientific achievements, but was sure that science took the wrong turn: piece production was replaced by the batch one. Renoir didn't care about political regime or ideology – he preferred to remain…
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This winter Denmark's NY Carlsberg Glyptotek offers the unique opportunity to step into the world of Odilon Redon (1840-1916), a multitalented French artist who was a pastellist, draughtsman, painter and lithographer. Being the first major presentation of Redon in Denmark, “Odilon Redon. Into the Dream” introduces the French artist’s artwork in all its aspects.
2019 will be the year for the art world to celebrate the 350th anniversary of Rembrand t death. The most significant museums and galleries all over the world are organizing exciting exhibitions and presentations throughout the year to show the best artworks of the remarkable Golden Age painter and his contemporaries. So we are taking a look at Rembrandt special events all over the world and…
For Erich Maria Remarque, Impressionists, often mentioned in his novels, were something more than just an object of admiration. The writer had first-hand knowledge of the world of art: he himself owned a massive collection that included works by Van Gogh, Monet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Pissarro, Cézanne, Degas, Renoir — just to mention a few. Remarque’s collection played a very special role in his…