CLAUDE MONET, Vue de Londres dans le brouillard “La Tamise”. Tecnica mista su carta. 21×28 cm . 1903. Collezione privata
THE REVOLUTION OF IMPRESSIONISM: EXPERIMENTS AND SUCCESSES
When, in April 1874, a small group of artists organised an exhibition at the studio of the photographer Nadar in the Boulevard des Capucines in Paris, they did not think they were at the beginning of an artistic revolution. It was the debut of a group of young artists who were about to create an unprecedented artistic phenomenon.
The curator of the Impressionists between dream and colour exhibition, Vincenzo Sanfo, explained well what the Impressionist revolution consisted of and emphasised how from the dismay and horror with which the first works were greeted, we moved on to …
The Impressionism Revolution
THE IMPRESSIONISTS BETWEEN DREAM AND COLOUR IN TURIN
In Turin, at the National Artillery Museum Mastio della Cittadella, from 11 March to 4 June 2023, there is the exhibition Impressionists between dream and colour, the event that tells the story of the great masters of Impressionism.
With about 300 works by more than 100 artists, the exhibition tells the origins and history of the revolutionary artistic movement born in France in the mid 19th century.
Impressionists between dream and colour
LIFE AND WORKS OF MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO: 5 THINGS TO KNOW
Describing the life and works of Michelangelo Pistoletto means understanding a piece of 20th century art history.
Pistoletto is an Italian artist born in Biella in 1933 and is considered one of the main exponents of Arte Povera, an art movement that originated in Italy in the 1960s and 1970s.
Life and works of Michelangelo Pistoletto
5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT PAOLO VERONESE: LIFE, WORKS AND CURIOSITIES
Paolo Veronese was a 16th century Italian painter and is considered one of the most important representatives of Venetian Renaissance painting.
His real name was Paolo Caliari, but he was known as ‘Veronese‘ because he was born in the city of Verona.
Veronese painted many commissioned paintings for Venetian churches and palaces, often depicting biblical and mythological scenes with great pomp and majesty.
His most famous work is ‘The Wedding at Cana’, a large oil painting depicting the miracle of Jesus in the town of Cana, described in the Gospel of John.
5 things about Paolo Veronese
VISIT AND TICKETS TO THE MUSEUM OF ILLUSIONS IN MILAN
Milan is not only a city of art, but also one of the most avant-garde metropolises in Italy, a symbol of enterprise, pragmatism and cultural vivacity.
A visit to what is often referred to as the ‘moral capital’ of Italy can give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a cosmopolitan environment full of many things to see and do: from sites of historical and artistic interest to innovative and equally fun and stimulating activities, such as those offered by the Museum of Illusions.
Tickets for the Museum of Illusions