Impressionist Gardens
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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.
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
William Turner
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
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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