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  • Gauguin and the Voyage to the Exotic - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
    have his iconic paintings in a Polynesian guise become the most appealing images in modern art but they also had a major influence on the artistic movements of the first decade of the 20th century such as French fauvism and German expressionism The second is the voyage the voyage as an escape from civilisation a theme that would provide the avantgarde with fresh impetus and the voyage as a return

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2012/gauguin/index_en.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Hopper - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Réunion des Musées Nationaux Grand Palais
    a particularly generous loan from the Whitney Museum of American Art New York The latter is sending 14 works from the Bequest of Josephine N Hopper the artist s wife Edward Hopper Nyack 1882 New York 1967 Hotel Room Year 1931 Tecnic Oil on canvas Sizes 152 4 x 165 7 cm Property Thyssen Bornemisza Museum Madrid Inv 1977 110 Within the context of Europe Hopper is one of the best known and most highly appreciated American painters Despite this however his works have only been seen here in public exhibitions on a limited number of occasions With the aim of rectifying this situation and of bringing his work to the attention of a wider public two major cultural institutions of particular importance for the artist and his work have joined forces The Museo Thyssen Bornemisza houses the most significant collection of Hopper s works outside the United States while in the case of the Réunion des musées nationaux Paris and early 20th century French painting were key reference points for the start of Hopper s career This exhibition in Madrid includes 73 works and it offers an analysis of the artist s work structured into two principal sections The first opens with Hopper s time in the studio of Robert Henri at the New York School of Art and covers the years of his training with works from around 1900 to 1924 that start to reveal his particular and distinctive style Paintings drawings prints and watercolours are displayed alongside various works by other artists including Henri Félix Vallotton Walter Sickert Albert Marquet and Edgar Degas in a dialogue that recreates the one that existed between Hopper and these artists at the time Edward Hopper Nyack 1882 New York 1967 The Cat Boat Año 1922 Técnica Grabado Medidas 35 56

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  • Restoring Tintoretto’s The Paradise | Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
    The Paradise a live restoration Project exhibit Introduction Chemical and Artistic Technique Study X Ray Study Infrared Reflectography Study Painting Detail Studies Photography INTRODUCTION TAKING THE PAINTING DOWN STUDIES RESTORATION

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  • Into India - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum & San Diego Museum of Art
    accommodate the wishes of patrons who were culturally rooted in foreign traditions These Indian artists were able to create paintings that were as vital as they were valuable to their patrons who were of Persian Central Asian or European extraction while maintaining an underlying quality that remained unmistakably Indian The works on display in Into India are drawn from the nearly two thousand paintings largely assembled by Edwin Binney 3rd

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  • Chagall - Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Caja Madrid Foundation
    by love memories Russian and Jewish traditions and the historical or artistic events he witnessed and in which he often played a part This retrospective traces his artistic development chronologically and examines the main themes that pervade the work of this artist who is essential in envisioning the twentieth century Marc Chagall Vitebsk 1887 Saint Paul de Vence 1985 The Blue Circus Le cirque bleu Year 1950 52 Tecnic Oil

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  • Berthe Morisot: The Woman impressionist - Museo Thyssen bornemisza
    middle class French family and educated in the arts and music she managed successfully to combine her facet as an artist with the role of modern woman and active advocate of culture The model and friend of Manet whose brother Eugène she married she was an ally of the Impressionist painters including Degas Renoir Monet and Pisarro and exhibited work of her own at virtually all of their exhibitions Admired by intellectuals of the calibre of Mallarmé and Valéry Morisot played a key role in the development of French Impressionism Berthe Morisot Bourges 1841 París 1895 At the ball Au bal Año 1875 Técnica Oil on canvas Medidas 62 x 52 cm Propiedad París Musée Marmottan Monet Bridgeman Giraudon inv 4020 Berthe Morisot The Woman Impressionist brings together a selection of works mainly from the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris and is the frist monographic exhibition ever dedicated to the artist in Spain The sensitivity of her landscapes acquired from Corot her mastery of portrait painting learned from Manet and her Impressionist depiction of gardens rural scenes and domestic interiors allow us an insight into the most outstanding aspects of her pictorial work Through her introspective at times melancholic style

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  • Architectural paintings - Museo Thyssen bornemisza and Fundacion Caja Madrid
    in the Renaissance architectural settings steered a new course imbued with knowledge and theories and vindicated the status of the artist subsequently becoming an instrument of propaganda and power in the hands of the clients who commissioned them and later on in the eighteenth century a new genre in which the city was the sole subject Giovanni Antonio Canal known as Il Canaletto Venice 1697 1768 La Piazza San Marco

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  • Antonio López | Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
    and has produced some of his most significant masterworks The purpose of this exhibition is to present to the public his most recent production and from that standpoint to offer a reinterpretation of the artist s earlier career The first part of the exhibition explores the major subjects in Antonio López s works from the last decades indicating at the same time points of continuity and contrasts with the period before 1990 Those subjects may be reduced essentially to three the city trees and the human figure manifested in three fundamental media painting drawing and sculpture The second part of the exhibition offers a retrospective overview of Antonio López s career from its beginnings to his early mature period The emphasis is on the human figure which at another time predominated in the artist s production Many of the works in the present exhibition have been loaned fromo private collections mostly in Spain including that of the artist himself A large number of them have never been published or exhibited and some are still unfinished There are also important loans from institutions such as the Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Madrid the Museo de Bellas Artes of Bilbao the Centre

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