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What would Monet post about? The Orsay Museum has launched impressionist masters’ Insta-accounts.

The first drawing, published on January 7, presents an imaginary profile of French novelist and art historian Joris-Carles Huysmans. He "published" his portrait, allegedly painted by the artist Jean-Louis Fauren in 1978. "Thank you @JL.Forain for my portrait," says the signature on the message. The laikas underneath it were "put" @degas and 14 other users. Huismans' work is in...

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Old masters and European painting of XVII - the end of XIX centuries: De Jonckheere, Stair Sainty Gallery, Axel Vervoordt. Masters of H.C. century and modern art: White Cube, Acquavella Galleries, Galerie Cazeau-Beraudiere. De Jonckheere Paris The basis of the world's most famous private collections is what is called the "old masters". The enthusiasm for the currents of the twentieth century has embraced...

How Winslow Homer and other paintings have inspired costume designers in ‘Little Women’ movie

Actress and director Greta Gervig walked the halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a reporter from the New York Times and showed the work that inspired the new screening of Louise May Alcott's novel "Little Women". It is the story of four young nineteenth-century sisters from Massachusetts who are struggling to meet - or overcome - the...

Do you want to live longer? Go to the museum! – approves new research

We should all pay more attention to communication with art, says a medical study published in the British Medical Journal. Visiting only one exhibition a year can add several years to our lives. A team of researchers from University College London surveyed 6,710 adult Englishmen aged 50 years and over to see if there was a link between a passion...

Tiny Ice Crystals Simulate a Halo Around the Sun in Photograph by Michael Schneider

On a November trip to the Arosa mountains in the Swiss Alps, Michael Schneider snapped a photo using his iPhone 11. The Zurich-based photographer and writer says the image he captured as the fog dissipated shows small ice crystals in the clouds, which break up the sunlight. The crystals’ insides reflect the sun, which is then broken again as it leaves the inside...

France has banned the removal of the masterpiece by Cimabue, found in the kitchen.

France has forbidden the removal from the country of the panel "Curse of Christ", which for many years hung over the stove in the ordinary kitchen of an elderly woman. After its discovery, the work was attributed to the thirteenth century Florentine artist Cimabue and left the hammer for a fantastic sum. The government now has 30 months to...

The Salvador Dali Museum is going to revive the artist.

An extraordinary project is launching the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersberg, Florida. Starting in April, visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about the life and work of the artist from the person who knew him best - himself. A new project called Dali Lives "revives" the surrealist through artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The artist's image will communicate...

The vandal cut Picasso painting worth £20 million

The young man was accused of causing damage after he reportedly damaged a painting by Pablo Picasso worth £20 million. The incident took place at the Tate Modern Gallery in London on December 29, 2019. The "victim" of the vandal was a portrait painted 75 years ago. On Monday, 20-year-old Shakeel Massey, who lives in north-west London, was brought before...

8th Annual Light Festival Illuminates Amsterdam with Glowing Sculptural Installations

This year’s Amsterdam Light Festival, running November 28, 2019, to January 19, 2020, lights up the European city with illuminated art installations. The festival, now in its eighth year, attracts tourists and engages locals at a time when the city is cloaked in darkness for about sixteen hours each day. Visitors to the Light Festival use a phone app to...

50,000-Square-Foot Garden Populates New Workspace, Making It the Densest Urban Forest in Los Angeles

Designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano, a Los Angeles workspace has popped up in a formerly empty parking lot in Hollywood. The recently opened SecondHome Hollywood boasts a 50,000-square-foot garden of 6,500 trees and plants and 700 tons of soil and vegetation. It is Los Angeles’s densest urban forest and is also home to 112 native species. The Hollywood location, which is the first...

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