Portrait of the Marquise Brigitte Spinola Doria - Peter Paul Rubens. 152.5x99Rubens is one of the most famous and fruitful painters of the Baroque era, whose works are in all major museums in the world. In many respects this was facilitated by the artist’s workshop, where numerous assistants performed large-format canvases with him.
Not just because the city of Boston in America is usually called a poetic city, it has a very rich past behind its back, and its eyes are constantly fixed on a bright future. And indeed, this is one of the oldest and, of course, the richest cities in the United States very organically able to combine science with industry, and culture with education on its rather compact territory.
These are unusual museums in which visitors find themselves in a real tropical paradise, filled with beautiful butterflies that flutter everywhere. Often in such museums you can still see exotic birds, fish, a large number of living tropical plants. The magic corner of the tropics will not leave anyone indifferent!
The National Museum of Sweden is a very large institution. But the richest and most extensive is the collection of the central institution located in Stockholm. On the three floors of the museum you can get acquainted with the masterpieces of world and Swedish art, starting from the late Middle Ages, ending with our time.
Not far from the Invalides, in the heart of Paris, surrounded by a magnificent park, stands the Biron mansion. Working on this amazing work commissioned by the Paris city authorities, the master created many sculptural sketches, fragments, sketches, samples. Now each of the works is unconditionally recognized as a masterpiece of world art.
Bank of the Seine. 73.4x100.5 Monet always remained faithful to the main credo of the impressionists - the artist must reproduce on canvas his visual impressions experienced at a certain time and in a certain place. In the depiction of nature, the master tried to find the joyful harmony of colors. His landscapes are devoid of genre, he seeks to give the image of nature in a pure, aesthetic perception without any associative ties.