LUIGI PERICLE EXHIBITION AT THE MASI IN LUGANO: AD ASTRA
The exhibition dedicated to Luigi Pericle at the MASI in Lugano celebrates the artist’s career 20 years after his death, by retracing his artistic and spiritual research through a selection of paintings, drawings, sketches, documents and writings.
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Degas, The Absinthe (1875-1876)
DEGAS’S ABSINTHE: ANALISYS AND CURIOUS FACTS
Once someone asked me what’s beautiful and charming about Degas’s Absinthe. Actually, it’s a painting that doesn’t make you happy; rather, to me, has always had a subheading: “depression”.
No, Degas’s Abisinthe is not beautiful, it’s amazing.
It’s a painting depicting with photographic accuracy a scene that anyone who was in Paris at the end of the 19th century could see. However, Degas didn’t portray only a moment, but he rather told a story, in which it’s easy to imagine feelings and thought of the two protagonists.
In this post you’ll discover one of Edgar Degas’s most intense works.
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MESSINA AND ITS SURROUNDINGS: 12 VILLAGES TO VISIT
All Sicily is beautiful but what to see in Messina and its surroundings and what itinerary to follow to discover the Sicilian villages? Here is an itinerary to discover the 12 most beautiful villages.
Messina and its surroundings: 12 villages to visit
PAPER ARTWORKS: ISPIRATIONS AND IDEAS FROM THE ART WORLD
Art is anywhere and you can be creative with any material and you can even create paper artworks.
In this post you’ll find a selection of amazing paper artworks.
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WORKS OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH TO SEE
A list of the works of the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh you must see, a modest art gallery if compared with many others, but certainly full of works by the leading artists of European art.
In this post you’ll find some works you should admire before exiting the museum.
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