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centuriespast: Portrait of Hermine Gallia Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) The National Gallery, London
The National Gallery, London, is working in collaboration with museum analytics firm, Dexibit, to use big data for predictive analytics. For decades, directors at the… Read More ? The post The National Gallery predicts the future with artificial intelligence appeared first on MuseumNext.
Summer adventures to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur – Early Morning Manoeuvres in the dark, featuring National Express, Heathrow Terminal 5 and Galleries South Lounge. Contents (It’s LONG and probably will change). Seriously – Take a holiday!...Show More Summary
A new exhibition at the National Gallery of Art places Munch’s palette in context
Best known for "The Scream," Munch also found inspiration in then-new X-Ray technology. [ more › ]
heaveninawildflower: Jerusalem Artichoke Flowers (1880). Oil on canvas by Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926 ). National Gallery of Art, Washington. via The Met.
Following the closing of his critically acclaimed retrospective at National Gallery of Modern Art (New Delhi), Indian artist Jitish Kallat presents his first solo exhibition in Belgium at Templon Brussels. With a complex body of works...Show More Summary
Three photographers have been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2017, the major international photography award organised by the National Portrait Gallery, London, and celebrating its tenth anniversary under Taylor Wessing ?s sponsorship this year. Show More Summary
Edouard Manet - Still Life with Melon and Peaches [c.1866] by Gandalf’s Gallery [National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. - Oil on canvas, 68.3 x 91 cm]
The Ateneum Art Museum, which is part of the Finnish National Gallery, has received for its collection, from a private donor, a painting by the artist Pekka Halonen, entitled Carrying water (1911). Information about the donation was received in the end of August, and the work will be available for the public to see on Tuesday 5 September. Show More Summary
To honor Labor Day, a look at the companion book to a major new National Portrait Gallery exhibit of the core value that drives the American dream.
In the second half of the 19th century, advances in physics, electromagnetic radiation theory, and the optical sciences provoked new thought about the physical as well as the spiritual worlds. Aspects of that thought are revealed inShow More Summary
On Thursday evening at the National Portrait Gallery, protesters drew attention to BP's work with the Indonesian government, which has been accused of civil rights violations in West Papua. The post At BP-Sponsored Art Show, Protesters Call Out the Corporation’s Abuses appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Hermine Gallia,  Copyright © The National Gallery, London The sitter is Hermine Gallia, née Hamburger (1870 - 1936). In 1893 she married her uncle, Moritz Gallia, a government adviser who became a leading patron of the arts. Show More Summary
The Nation reminds us.For a brief moment, [said Hoffman's co-protester Bruce Dancis], “it showed that there was more to life than the dogged accumulation of wealth and riches.” And it was part of a new tactic Abbie was experimentingShow More Summary
London's little Dagobah.
The 61st BFI London Film Festival announced the UK Premiere of Loving Vincent. Broadcast live from the National Gallery on Monday 9th October, audiences in cinemas across the country are invited to experience the film premiere and the following Q&A with special guests. Show More Summary
The premiere of Loving Vincent, the fully painted animated feature starring Douglas Booth, Saoirse Ronan and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, will be broadcast live from the National Gallery on Monday, October 9, to audiences in cinemas across the U.K. Show More Summary
The Fortress of Königstein from the North by Bellotto, which was due to be exported from Britain, has been saved for the nation and went on display in Trafalgar Square today (Tuesday 22 August 2017). Bernardo Bellotto?s works are among...Show More Summary