Secrets of the Wallace: The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1767)

Secrets of the Wallace: The Swing by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1767)

Hello I’m Chistobel and I’m Niamh and today we are going to be discussing decadence, agency and ambiguity in Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s best known painting, The Swing. Here to give us some insider knowledge is Curatorial Assistant Carmen Holdsworth-Delgado. Could you give us some information about how The Swing came into being? A poet’s accounts has […]

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ABS: Sculpture Garden Touch Tour — Woodson Art Museum

ABS: Sculpture Garden Touch Tour — Woodson Art Museum

We are very fortunate at our museum that we have a sculpture garden and being in north-central wisconsin our weather is severe in the winter time and working with our curators we’ve come to the conclusion that we can access our sculpture garden by touch with visitors without the use of gloves. i approached are […]

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#SunflowersLIVE No. 5 Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Museum

#SunflowersLIVE No. 5 Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Museum

Thank you for visiting Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Museum of Art. My name is Shôko Kobayashi, chief curator of this museum. First of all, I would like to thank all my colleagues. The National Gallery in London, Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam… The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the museum Pinakothek in Munich. […]

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Conversations with Colin: Rembrandt’s Joris de Caulerij

Conversations with Colin: Rembrandt’s Joris de Caulerij

[music] Colin Bailey: I love this portrait. It’s of a young militiaman, quite a grand figure, a man called Joris de Caulerij, who was from The Hague. Rembrandt, young, in his late 20s, goes to make a small number of portraits in The Hague. He may have stayed in this man’s inn. He owned an […]

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Microscopically reweaving a 1907 painting | CONSERVATION STORIES

Microscopically reweaving a 1907 painting | CONSERVATION STORIES

This is a self portrait by Paula Modersohn-Becker. It was painted in 1907. It’s in really, really good condition considering it’s age. She’s holding her hand over her belly which is suggesting that she’s pregnant. The same year this was painted in 1907, she gave birth to her daughter and subsequently died of complications from […]

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How to paint like Willem de Kooning – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

How to paint like Willem de Kooning – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

You should really have a lot of fun this week because we’ll be exploring some really wonderful viscus and fluid paints here. The whole range of painter’s materials. We’re exploring the work of Willem de Kooning this week, certainly, one of the masters of the New York avant garde. And you can see in front […]

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कलाकार का कमाल देखो I Interview with Statue Artist I HD

कलाकार का कमाल देखो I Interview with Statue Artist I HD

Evening with Sculpture Artist My Name is Raimal I am living in Matli Sindh I wanted to make statue from childhood for that reason, I join this job I hope that you like my job please further guide to me

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Free Museums in Manila (as of October 2019)

Free Museums in Manila (as of October 2019)

Hi Hustlers Today we will visit the museums in Manila that are walking distance between each other And these museums are all free! We went first to National Museum of Natural History Then National Museum of Anthropology, and then National Planetarium Last is National Museum of Fine Arts All of these are within Luneta viccinity, […]

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Exploratorium Beginnings | Throwback

Exploratorium Beginnings | Throwback

The museum it has the social aspect. It’s like taking a walk through the woods, if you’re all by yourself, you really don’t notice a lot but if there’s somebody there somebody will point out a flower or an animal or a special tree so a lot of the noticing takes place because people stimulate […]

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