Drawing in the open air strongly developed in Europe in the 17th century. One century after that, it became a current practice, and by the 19th century, it expanded to become a cornerstone of the training of young artists.
Category Archives: Exhibitions
Until January 8th, 2018, the Musée Delacroix Paris will be putting on view an exhibition covering the French contemporary writer Christine Angot’s most favorite pieces from the museum’s collection.
Until January 15th, 2018, the Musée du Louvre Paris will be putting on exhibition two masterpieces of New Grenada art dating back to the 18th: “La Lechuga” and the statue of Saint Barbara.
The exhibition displays a collection of 12 blue looks pulled from the archives of the Dior House and which were designed by the designer himself. It goes as far back as 1947 when the elegant Doris wool coat was unveiled in the New Look line, under the first Haute Couture collection, all the way to 1957, when the highly famed Billet Doux, a blue silk afternoon dress with distinctive rose motifs was unveiled.
The Petit Palais art Museum is holding an exhibition entitled “The Art of pastel from Degas to Redon” where a…