A virtual tour of the exhibition. Screenshot / Jacquemard-André museum website
The Paris Musée Jacquemart-André is one of many galleries in Paris struggling with the restrictions of the Coronavirus lockdown. They had planned to open an impressive exhibition on March 13th about Joseph Mallord William Turner. But, the pandemic hit and we all had to stay away. The good news is that they have improvised and we can now see some of the amazing works of art online via a virtual tour.
The Turner, Paintings and watercolours from the Tate exhibition is a great chance to see these pieces, which include some watercolours and sketches as well as the painting. Some haven’t been exhibited in France before. Hopefully, there will come a point where we can see these pieces up close as restrictions ease. Until then, we can thank the Tate Gallery in London for kindly lending the piece to the city by taking that tour online. Learn more about the evolution of the artist, inspire the family to paint their own masterpieces and help the gallery out.
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