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From Thursday, February 14 2013 to Sunday, August 4 2013
The romantic touch of the travelling painter.French painter Felix Ziem (1821-1911) was a nomadic artist, unclassifiable, eccentric and romantic. A great traveller, a close friend of the Barbizon painters, an admirer of both Claude Lorrain and Turner, he...
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From Friday, March 22 2013 to Monday, July 22 2013
A new vision of nature.In spring, the Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris hosts the first Parisian retrospective to be devoted to Eugène Boudin since the late nineteenth century.Known for his seascapes and beach scenes, Eugène Boudin (1824-1898) was one of the...
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From Thursday, April 18 2013 to Saturday, July 13 2013
Avant-garde painting in Slovenia.As Slovenia began to open to modernity in the late 1880s, it still looked to Austria, but at the same time maintained a strong sense of national identity. In 1891 Slovenian painter Anton Ažbe founded the Academy in Munich. It...
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From Tuesday, May 28 2013 to Sunday, September 1 2013
Image and text become inseperable.The Jeu de Paume presents the first retrospective European of the works of Lorna Simpson. An American artist, Simpson was born in Brooklyn in 1960. Her texts are inseparable from her images, whose their textual component...
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