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National Gallery to show Orsay masterpieces

The National Gallery Singapore has tied up with leading European museum the Musee d’Orsay for a blockbuster exhibition from November. Titled Century Of Light, it will feature masterpieces from the 19th century, including works by French artists Claude Monet and … Continue reading

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Chamber Music returns with an evening of French music – Carroll …

Prepare for a musical tour of France this Sunday, Sept. 24 as McDaniel College’s annual Chamber Music on the Hill series returns with the Azimuth String Quartet and “Soiree Francaise.” The concert will feature French string quartets by composers Maurice … Continue reading

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Rebel Impressionists

By Shelby Nalepa With their newest exhibit, Pensacola Museum of Art (PMoA) is paying homage to women Impressionists who rebelled against the conventions of their day by exhibiting alongside men, receiving awards and clearing a path for future artists. “Rebels … Continue reading

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National Gallery’s upcoming blockbuster exhibition celebrates Impressionism, featuring iconic pieces by Monet

Joining forces with the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, National Gallery Singapore will host international blockbuster exhibition Century of Light in November. Featuring art from the 19th century, the exhibition comprises of two parts, both of which showcase the range of painting styles and art … Continue reading

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‘Landscape Between Impressionism And Expressionism’ at Bröhan …

<![CDATA[ ]]> Bröhan Museum, Berlin will showcase landscape paintings by Walter Leistikow and Karl Hagemeister. Landscape painting took on a new significance at the end of the nineteenth century. To experience landscape and nature directly, artists left the cities to … Continue reading

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Victorian Impressionism Comes Alive At Foundation’s Hats in the Garden Event

Western New Mexico University Foundation’s annual Hats in The Garden is scheduled for Sunday, October 1, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. in the WNMU Alumni Gardens, adjacent to Hunter Hall. Themed Victorian Impressionism, this elegant event gives attendees a chance to … Continue reading

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First Listen: The Clientele, ‘Music For The Age Of Miracles’ | WUWM

On their first full album in eight years, British psych-pop romantics The Clientele are more poetically spooky than ever. Their fragile, gently shimmering sound still bears the twin influences of wispy 1960s folk rock, a la Nick Drake, and the … Continue reading

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National Gallery Singapore ties up with Musée d’Orsay for blockbuster exhibition in November

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‘Reality and Symbol’

By Keith Powers, Daily News Correspondent BOSTON – Find a landscape that you love. Go there, and look carefully. You won’t just see the fields, or the trees, or the ocean. You’ll experience your feelings, your personal history – your … Continue reading

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First Listen: The Clientele, ‘Music For The Age Of Miracles’

On their first full album in eight years, British psych-pop romantics The Clientele are more poetically spooky than ever. Their fragile, gently shimmering sound still bears the twin influences of wispy 1960s folk rock, a la Nick Drake, and the … Continue reading

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