Dutch. Flemings. Graphics Automatic translate
с 26 Января
по 26 Марта
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина 103,104
The heroes of this exhibition are engravings and drawings of two states: Holland and Flanders (now they are the Netherlands and Belgium). This is what we call the Golden Age of Dutch and Flemish painting. The private collection of St. Petersburg curator Artem Suslov includes engravings from the two countries, from the 1570s to the beginning of the 20th century. These are the famous Anthony Van Dyck, Hendrik Goltzius, David Teniers the Younger, and the separate world of Rembrandt, and the author, whom the exhibition opens to a large audience - Gerard Jollin.
In the world of art, it is customary to single out and delimit this era - the Golden Age. It is customary to exhibit his masterpieces as something separate, unlike anything else. But this exhibition violates this rule and shows what happened to the art of those places in the future: in the 18th and 19th centuries. And the conclusion that the curators come to is simple: even Van Gogh leaves the Golden Age, and takes something from Rembrandt, his predecessor. Two drawings of two geniuses were provided by the partners of the exhibition from the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates.
There is too little magic left in our world: a warm, kind fairy tale, inside which everything is calm and beautiful. We tried to make this magic visit Kaluga and we are looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition “The Dutch. Flemings. Graphics".
to advertising revenue.
Turn off Adblock, please!