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  • BAE BIEN-U
    Tree which is shown here together with the series Wind of Tahiti Profoundly inspired by the pine trees to be found across all of South Korea Bae opted to focus on the trees on the hills around the old city of Gyeongju Photographed at different times of day often in mist and using very long exposures the images are imbued with great poetic density and create a mystic effect and a feel of eternity Wind of Tahiti was created during the artist s time on the island in 2002 and 2003 Fascinated by the landscape and the coastline volcanoes and lakes of an island that reminded him of his native city Bae Bien U photographed the luscious vegetation of the Botanical Garden the coral atoll of Tetiaroa and the idyllic landscapes of the Moorea Island Looking at these images in which the artist presents the vegetation in all its colour and splendour we seem to feel the air moving and the leaves and branches trembling in the wind Bae Bien U does not aim to capture reality in his photographs but rather the essence or soul of the objects that he observes He thus invites us to contemplation even meditation

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2006/phe06/index_EN.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Fra Angelico
    Marco in Florence and the artist is documented there in August 1441 In addition to producing altarpieces and smaller devotional panels Fra Angelico also decorated the monks cells and other rooms in the monastery with a series of frescoes These depicted episodes of Christian doctrine in a clear and pleasing manner with the intention of both instructing his fellow monks and inspiring them to devotion Between 1447 and 1450 he was active in the Vatican in Rome where he executed a cycle of Scenes from the Lives of Saints Stephen and Lawrence for one of its chapel After a period in Fiesole he returned to Rome where he died on 18 February 1455 In addition to Fra Angelico s The Madonna of Humility the exhibition includes a further twelve Italian panel paintings of the Trecento and Quattrocento by leading artists from the most important artistic centres Using these images the exhibition analyses two iconographic types of Marian images which were particularly influential in the history of art the Virgin of Humility and the Virgin and Child enthroned In addition it looks at the subject of the Coronation of the Virgin the episode that closes the cycle of the Glorification of Mary The Virgin of Humility is the subject of both Fra Angelico s panel cat 1 as well as others by an anonymous Venetian painter of around 1360 cat 10 by Cenni di Francesco di ser Cenni cat 11 and by the Sienese artist Giovanni di Paolo cat 13 The Virgin of Humility was a devotional subject in which the key figures take on a greater human quality than in previous iconographic types It arose in the late 13th century spreading across Italy during the next century and becoming particularly popular in cities such as Siena From Italy it spread

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  • Russian Avant-gardes
    of poets and painters adopted radically open viewpoints formulating a totally new type of artistic language with the intention of opening the way onto a new world Exhibitions manifestos and theoretical declarations all passionately promoted their new ideas while the Russian art scene saw the successive rise of numerous avant garde movements some based on foreign influence such as Cubo futurism and Rayonnism and others forged within the new revolutionary Russia such as Suprematism and Constructivism The present exhibition offers an overall synthesis of this period featuring a broad and varied selection of works and artistic trends from painting and sculpture to photography graphic design and the applied arts The chronological period covered runs from 1907 to 1935 and the exhibition is organised into five sections MUSEO THYSSEN BORNEMISZA THE LESSON OF THE BARBARIANS 1 1 KANDINSKY AND JAWLENSKY c 1909 1912 1 2 LARIONOV GONCHAROVA MALEVICH MASHKOV PIROSMANACHVILI c 1907 1912 A WHIRL OF ENERGY 2 1 LARIONOV GONCHAROVA POPOVA ROZANOVA UDALTSOVA c 1912 1915 2 2 AROUND ZAUM AND OTHER NEW LANGUAGES BARANOV ROSSINÉ TATLIN GABO ROZANOVA PUNI KLIUN KRUCHENYKH c 1913 1917 INDIVIDUAL EXPERIMENTS 3 1 CHAGALL c 1912 1918 3 2 FILONOV c 1912 1930 3

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  • Untitled Document
    español english

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2005/Rafael/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Museo Thyssen - COROT
    Castellano The exhibition is organised by the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza in collaboration with Ferrara Arte With the collaboration of

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2005/Corot/corot_en/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Exposición Pintura Andaluza en la Colección Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza
    ejemplo de algunos de los artistas citados tal como se aprecia en varias de las obras expuestas de Manuel Barrón y José Domínguez Bécquer fieles a los modelos de David Roberts Ambos artistas son considerados hoy en día los padres de la pintura andaluza de siglo XIX Barrón junto a Andrés Cortés creó un tipo de paisaje escenográfico no exento de anecdotismo costumbrista Manuel Barrón y Carrillo Emboscada a unos bandoleros en la cueva del Gato 1869 Sala 2 EL COSTUMBRISMO ROMÁNTICO José Domínguez Bécquer por su parte llevo a cabo de forma casi industrial pequeños cuadros dotados de una visión complaciente de la vida y las costumbres andaluzas que gozaron de una gran demanda en el mercado inglés Fallecido prematuramente su labor fue continuada por su primo Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer quien llegó a ser pintor de cámara de Isabel II Entre los primeros costumbristas andaluces cabe citar asimismo a Manuel Cabral Aguado Bejarano Manuel Rodríguez de Guzmán y Ángel María Cortellini Joaquin Domínguez Bécquer La Feria de Sevilla 1867 Sala 3 EL COSTUMBRISMO TARDÍO El costumbrismo perduró en Andalucía hasta finales del siglo XIX cada vez más asentado en el gusto de la pequeña burguesía local En las obras ya tardías de José Jiménez Aranda José García Ramos Manuel Wssel de Guimbarda Joaquín Turina y José Rico Cejudo se aprecia además la conjunción del tipismo anterior con una observación más pormenorizada de las figuras y del entorno urbano surgida al hilo del Realismo francés José Jiménez Aranda Un lance en la plaza de toros 1870 Sala 4 LA PINTURA PRECIOSISTA En la evolución de la pintura andaluza del siglo XIX también cabe mencionar el importante hito que supuso la estancia de Mariano Fortuny y Martín Rico en Sevilla y Granada en 1871 Su obra preciosista pero a la vez

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  • Exposición Pintura Catalana del Naturalismo al Noucentisme
    junto a quien completan la primera sala dedicada a paisaje romántico y naturalista obras de Martí Alsina su discípulo Modest Urgell y Joaquim Vayreda Ramón Martí y Alsina Barcos de pesca 1880 1888 Sala 2 FORTUNY Y SU INFLUENCIA La segunda sala está dedicada a Mariano Fortuny y su influencia y además de dos importantes obras del pintor de Reus Paisaje norteafricano y Corrida de toros Picador herido completan la misma obras preciosistas de Baldomer Galofre Arcadi Mas i Fondevila Eliseu Meifrèn y Francesc Miralles Mariano Fortuny Corrida de toros Picador herido 1892 Sala 3 ENTRE EL NATURALISMO Y EL MODERNISMO La sala número tres está dedicada a la pintura catalana entre el Naturalismo y el Modernismo y la componen dos obras de Joan Roig Soler padre de la Escuela Luminista de Sitges siete de Meifrèn y una de Francesc Gimeno y Segundo Matilla respectivamente Eliseu Meifrèn i Roig Malvarrosa Valldemossa s f Sala 4 OBRA SOBRE PAPEL La exposición continúa con obras sobre papel de diversas épocas llevadas a cabo por Ricard Canalls Ramón Casas Josep Cusachs Arcadi Mas i Fondevila Eliseu Meifrèn Isidre Nonell Ricard Opisso Ramón Pichot Pau Roig Cisa y Joaquín Torres García Ramón Casas Carbó

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  • braque_intro
    Java support is required for panoramic images

    Original URL path: http://www.museothyssen.org/microsites/exposiciones/2002/Braque/braque_intro_english.htm (2016-02-13)
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