Art and the Russian Revolution

Sep 13th, 2019 | Dr Michael Adcock

The first-time traveller to Russia may well set out enthralled to see the rich harvest of European Old Master paintings in the Hermitage Museum, as well as the wondrous collection of European modern art now housed in its vast extension. The same traveller, however, might well return having been ‘converted’...

Women artists of 16th & 17th-century Italy

Jul 5th, 2019 | Dr Kathleen Olive

It’s easy to feel like we know all there is to know about great Italian art. But as Dr Kathleen Olive has found out while preparing for her Florence study tour this November, there’s still more to learn… When we talk about Italian Old Masters, we’re usually thinking of great...

Exhibition Review – Monet: Impression Sunrise at NGA Canberra

Jun 21st, 2019 | Dr Michael Adcock

The National Gallery of Australia’s new exhibition - Monet: Impression Sunrise at NGA Canberra – is now open to the public from June 7 to September 1, 2019. Featuring Claude Monet’s pioneering painting Impression, Soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise) 1872, from which Impressionism takes its name, this exclusive exhibition brings together...

Preview: The 2019 Venice Biennale

May 3rd, 2019 | Dr Nick Gordon

The Biennale is monumental - this year 90 countries from around the world will be exhibiting along with 21 official collateral exhibitions, which are staged by public or not-for-profit galleries. On top of this, private art foundations will be displaying their wares around the city, bringing the total number of...

The Master of Light – Joaquín Bastida I Sorolla

Jan 18th, 2019 | Elena Ortega

In 2009 the El Prado museum in Madrid broke a 10-year record in attendance, surpassing blockbuster exhibitions on El Greco and Goya in previous years. The artist who attracted such striking success was none other than the painter Joaquín Bastida I Sorolla (1863 - 1923), whose style and seemingly mundane...

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