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“Many of Monet’s colleagues shared his passion for gardening and were inspired to paint gardens as emblematic of the pursuit of modern, middle-class leisure. They were among the first artists to portray gardens observed directly from life, disconnected from historical, religious or literary themes. As the century drew to a close, Post-Impressionists and Symbolists embraced more subjective approaches by imagining gardens as visionary utopias; many turned to painting gardens to explore abstract color theory and decorative design.” William H. Robinson, co- curator

The exhibition "Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse" looks broadly and deeply at the garden theme in modern art through paintings by Claude Monet and fellow Impressionists, Post-Impressionists and avant-garde artists of the twentieth century. On view at the Cleveland Museum of Art from October 11, 2015, through January 5, 2016, it has been co-organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
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Abstract
Modern Masters at Albertina
Masood Kamandy
Pieter Bruegel the Elder: The Speaker
Firework Drawings
The farmer continued to plough
German Pop
Hugh Ferriss
Cecil Touchon
Sergio Mora
Wataru Yamakami
Archizoom and Andrea Branzi
Ettore Sottsass: Light and Furniture
Ettore Sottsass: Glass and Ceramics
Great Vitality
The Return of the Herd
Chair Art
Geometric Abstraction
Indolence in Art
Late Turner at the Tate
Hans Christiansen´s Jugendstil
Venice without Tourists
The Production Line of Happiness
Pop Art 1960s
The Harvesters
Baroque Co-creation: Jan Brueghel I and Rubens
Cats in Art
Jason Martin
Gustav Klimt: Landscapes
Georg Flegel: Still Life Painter
"... Cheese! We´ll go somewhere where there´s cheese!"
The World is an Apple.
M.F. Husain - Chronicler of Everyday in India
An Art Collector in His Art Chamber
Nils Dardel: Modern Dandy
Venice of America
Ilya Chashnik Илья Чашник
Everyday Design Classics of the 20th Century
Summer by Arcimboldo
Venus with Cupid Stealing Honey
Parmigianino: Schiava Turca
hettler.tüllmann
Catarina Carreias: Objects
The early design years of Apple
Wall painting project for a Cowork Space that links with environmental concerns
The house was just a cage, when embroidering, the portuguese woman wove the webs of silence - Lisbon, 2014
The legend of the Penha de França Lizard - Lisbon, 2012.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - Master of Color
In pintura veritas
Benedict Morgan
Henrique Olivera, Brazil
Massimo Vignelli 1931-2014
San Marco by Canaletto
Geoff Diego Litherland
Stefano Zagaglia
André Le Nôtre
福定 良佑 / Bonaldo
Cow chair
The Fight between Carnival and Lent
Dino Martens: Oriente
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The Joys of Ice Skating
City Garden II ´Spaces´
City garden I: 'Garden of Hope'
Algorithm
Franz Kline
New Generation
Kippenberger
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Expression/Information
German Art since 1960
L’ITALIA CI GUARDIA
Raymundo Colares
Tamara
Télémaque
Fire Monkey New Year 2016
Damien Coupeté images
German Painting after the 1960s
The Slave Ship
The Sea by Emil Nolde
J1
Forward Retreat
Roberto Burle Marx: Landscaping Brazil
Pavel Tchelitchew: Spiral head
Fernando Botero
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Jean Arp: Randomness
Heaven & Hell
Hell & Heaven
Ben Weiner: Post-Psychedelic Dreams
More cats in art
Heinrich Hoerle, Franz Wilhelm Seiwert and Anton Raederscheidt
American Modern Paintings at Sotheby´s
Modigliani: Your real duty is to save your dream
Frank Stella: Radical Abstraction
Gordon Walters: Koru
Monet and the Birth of Impressionism
Islamic Art Now
Richard Estes´ New York
Sturtevant Double Trouble
Herb Aach: Color Theory
The Bean King
Cannes Outdoor Lions 2014
Diego Velázquez
Gianfranco Pardi
Enrico Castellani: Superficie
A Happy and Abundant New Year
Sigrid Sandstrom
William Glackens