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  • <exchanging gazes> 8: Nocturnes - 2014 | Museo Thyssen
    have revealed night time s colours which are different to those of the day Search Advanced search Last videos Introductory video The Illus Miguel Ángel Blanco Comisario de la Exposición 30 November 2015 Introductory video Edvard Mun Paloma Alarcó Comisaria de la Exposición 10 November 2015 Go to Canal Thyssen Recommended exhibitions 60exchanging gazes 62 12 From 19 December 2015 to 14 February 2016 Information Go to Exhibitions Featured Products Reserve 2008 Red Wine Add to Basket T shirt Have an Art Day Size M Add to Basket Thyssen140 Add to Basket Plastic Bag DelicaThyssen Add to Basket Ceramic Giovanna Tornabuoni Add to Basket Mobile Orchid Add to Basket Catalogue of the exhibition Darío de Regoyos 1857 1913 Add to Basket Pure Silk Scarf Add to Basket Giovanna Tornabuoni Cardboard Frame Add to Basket Small Bag Doesburg Add to Basket Small Bag Doesburg Add to Basket Small Case Doesburg Add to Basket Necklace Cézanne Add to Basket Cotton Bag Cézanne Add to Basket Blue Credit Card Wallet Doesburg Add to Basket Porcelain Plate Degas Add to Basket Porcelain Plate John F Kensett Add to Basket Porcelain Plate Vittore Carpaccio Add to Basket Butterfly pendant Balthasar van der Ast Add to Basket Cufflinks Vittore Carpaccio Add to Basket Notebook Giovanna Tornabuoni Add to Basket Catalogue of the exhibition Richard Hamilton Spanish edition Add to Basket Catalogue of the exhibition Pop Art Myths Spanish edition Add to Basket Catalogue Alma Tadema and Victorian Painting in the Pérez Simón Collection Add to Basket Necklace Flowers Add to Basket Glasses Case with cleaning cloth Alma Tadema Add to Basket Ring Lawrence Alma Tadema Add to Basket Tote Bag Lichtenstein Add to Basket Pullover Carpaccio 12 y Add to Basket Diary 2015 Add to Basket Bicycle Saddlebag Delaunay Add to Basket Progressive Glasses Pop Art Myths Add to Basket Handbag Givenchy Add to Basket Sewing Box Givenchy Add to Basket Silk Scarf Hubert de Givenchy Add to Basket Pendant Paul Klee Add to Basket Catalogue of the exhibition American Impressionism Add to Basket Porcelain Plate Simon Vouet Add to Basket Raoul Dufy The Wheatfield Mug Add to Basket Elephant Tote bag Raoul Dufy Add to Basket Hindu Woman in the Studio box of double sided color pencils Add to Basket Nice the Old Casino Box of double sided color pencils Add to Basket The Regatta microfiber towell Add to Basket Raould Dufy exhibition catalogue Spanish Hard cover Add to Basket Raoul Dufy exhibition catalogue English Hard cover Add to Basket Raould Dufy exhibition catalogue Spanish Paperback Add to Basket Raoul Dufy exhibition pocket guide Add to Basket The Little Palm Tree by Dufy Plastic bag Add to Basket Glasses Case with cleaning cloth The Wheatfield by Dufy Add to Basket Fan Althaeas by Dufy Add to Basket Paul Delvaux exhibition catalogue Spanish Add to Basket Dufy s The Harvesters Cushion Add to Basket Dufy Wool and Stones necklace Add to Basket Zurbarán s angel Mug Add to Basket Zurbarán Roses Earrings Add to Basket Zurbarán

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/en/thyssen/exposiciones_actuales/117 (2016-02-13)
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  • Darío de Regoyos (1857 - 1913) - Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
    Darío de Regoyos 1857 1913 the leading Spanish representative of Impressionism More than 100 works will reveal the artist s different modes of artistic expression thematic concerns and aesthetic evolution over the course of his career Their original use of colour and audacious depiction of the effects of light and atmosphere make Regoyos s landscapes one of the most innovative chapters in the history of Spanish art of this period

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2014/regoyos/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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  • El Greco. from Italy to Toledo - Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Madrid)
    Italy to Toledo DOWNLOAD THE PROJECT DOSSIER DISCOVER THE VIDEO VERSIÓN ESPAÑOLA THE TECHNICAL STUDY PROJECT FOCUSES IN THE FOUR WORKS OF THE ARTIST IN THE THYSSEN BORNEMISZA COLLECTION THE ANNUNCIATION ca 1576 THE ANNUNCIATION ca 1596 1600 CHRIST WITH

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2014/el-greco/?&lang=en (2016-02-13)
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  • Surrealism and the Dream - Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
    devoted to Surrealism in general or one or another of its aspects in particular And quite a few focusing on dreams from very different premises which in some instances have included a few aspects or sections necessarily partial devoted to Surrealism But up until now there has been no single art show that addresses in monographic form and with the depth required this central and intensely suggestive subject matter Surrealism

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2013/surrealismo/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Pissarro - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
    exhibitions of the impressionist group and he was the only painter who participated in all eight of those shows from 1874 to 1886 And yet Pissarro s career was eclipsed by the immense success of his friend Claude Monet The first retrospective of the artist ever held in Spain focuses on Pissarro s urban and rural landscapes the genre that overwhelmingly predominates in his oeuvre The show presents seventy nine

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2013/pissarro/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Hyperrealism 1967-2012 - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
    kitsch iconography and a fascination for painting not objects but stereotype images of objects Richard Estes Nedick s Año 1970 Técnica Oil on canvas 121 9 x 167 6 cm Propiedad Carmen Thyssen Bornemisza Collection on deposit at Museo Thyssen Bornemisza Madrid Nº INV 539 1977 93 The Hyperrealists not only use the camera as a tool to document everyday American life but also to analyse perception and the ways in which photography has changed our relationship with what we regard as objective reality As Audrey Flack s paint tubes or Charles Bell s tin toys reveal with the photographic image their starting point Hyperrealists are particularly partial to extreme close ups and gigantic proportions In contrast they also produce panoramic landscapes from Richard Estes to Ben Johnson a string of painters have made names for themselves by reinventing the modern city veduta with work reminiscent of Canaletto and Bellotto Don Jacot Rush Hour Año 2009 Técnica Oil on linen Medidas 137 x 183 cm Propiedad Richard Alexandre Collection image Don Jacot photo Galerie Rive Gauche Marcel Strouk Hyperrealism first won acclaim at the Kassel Documenta 5 in 1972 curated by Harald Szeemann Since then a large number of artists

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2013/hiperrealismo/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Impressionism and Open-Air Painting - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
    the landscape artist with a repertoire of motifs for future use in compositions for which he would be able to draw on visual memory rather than imagination Whatever the case open air studies ultimately became restricted to the artist s private working practice During the first half of the 19 th century the clear cut distinction between landscapes painted out of doors and those executed in the studio began to break down From the 1820s there was a greater degree of crossover between the two methods with a more careful finish evident in open air oils and the use of motifs taken from nature in studio compositions Artists such as Corot and Constable extended the practice of painting directly from nature to their work as a whole and the fashion for oil studies of this kind soon swept across most of Europe and the United States At the same time such studies gained increasing recognition and independence particularly among the Barbizon School artists Rousseau Diaz de la Peña Dupré and Daubigny among others who frequented the Forest of Fontainebleau sixty kilometres south of Paris Some of these painters entered studies taken directly from nature alongside other more finished works at official exhibitions In the 1860s Monet Sisley Renoir Bazille and Cézanne also began to frequent the Forest of Fontainebleau and subsequently took over from the artists of the Barbizon School For these artists studio painting was second ary and the spontaneity and rapid execution hitherto characteristic of open air studies now became basic tenets of their art In fact those very studies made in the open air at least the ones which traditionally served as aids to indoor production became pointless since they themselves had become the focus of creative practice Yet the apparent freedom inherent in working from nature

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2013/airelibre/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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  • The Art of Cartier - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
    450 objects in this growing collection have been selected according to criteria of style but also the materials used and the techniques employed Dating from the 1860s for the oldest items to the late 1990s they are a material reminder of Cartier s 165 year history and more widely European decorative arts and society from the end of the 19th century Since a first major presentation in 1989 at the Petit Palais in Paris the Collection has been shown at internationally renowned museums For this new exhibition the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza has carefully selected more than 400 pieces representing six themes which illustrate the stylistic evolution of Cartier The exhibition also includes prestigious private loans from the Spanish Royal Family and the Palace of Monaco Enlargements of sketchbook pages preparatory and production drawings from Cartier s Archives are projected onto the walls as a reminder of the creative process that brought each of these pieces to life These Archives are today conserved in three centres Paris London and New York and trace the life of every item from its inception in the workshops to the day of its sale In addition to drawings and sketches they conserve life size black

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2012/cartier/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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