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Exhibition February 16 − May 23, 2017
"Visions of nature: landscape masterworks from the collection of Paul Allen"
Now in the United States of America, you can visit the exhibition "Visions of nature: landscape masterworks from the family collection by Paul G. Allen"heldArt Museum Seattle.
The exhibition includes 39 of the American and European landscapes painted over the last 400 years. These diverse, historically significant works offer visitors a unique opportunity to see the world through the eyes of great artists.
The exhibition begins with 5 jobs allegorical series by Jan Brueghel the Younger. Exquisite, very detailed artworks provide an opportunity for visitors to explore the exhibit, given your own experience with the world through sight, touch, smell, hearing and taste.
The next section of the exhibition demonstrates the power of the landscape helps the viewer to study and understand the natural and artificial world around us, to find their place in it. Not only do artists depict, but in their own way interpretiruya the specifics of a picturesque city, land, or dramatic natural phenomena.
This collection has an amazing group of memorable works of the Venetian Canaletto, édouard Manet, Claude Monet, William Turner and others. The exhibit also features a rare landscape, a masterpiece by Austrian artist Gustav Klimt, "the Birch wood", 1903.
In the final section of the exhibition provided paintings European and American artists working in the complex realities of the twentieth century. Among them are the works of Georgia O'keeffe, Edward hopper, David Hockney, Gerhard Richter and ed Ruscha.
Paul Gardner Allen is an American entrepreneur, co-founder of Microsoft Corporation. The owner of one of the largest art collections in the world. The collecting interests of Allen is quite wide – from the acknowledged old masters like Renoir and Claude Monet to one of the main figures of the pop art of Roy Lichtenstein and the main pop star of the modern art of Damien Hirst.