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From Zurbarán to Rothko

The official application of the exhibition “From Zurbarán to Rothko”, presented at the Jacquemart-André Museum from 3 March to 10 July 2017, offers a guided tour of the exhibition with 23 commentaries on 31 works of art

The official application of the exhibition “From Zurbarán to Rothko”, presented at the Jacquemart-André Museum from 3 March to 10 July 2017, offers a guided tour of the exhibition with 23 commentaries on 31 works of art

From Zurbarán to Rothko

by Culturespaces
From Zurbarán to Rothko
From Zurbarán to Rothko
From Zurbarán to Rothko

What is it about?

The official application of the exhibition “From Zurbarán to Rothko”, presented at the Jacquemart-André Museum from 3 March to 10 July 2017, offers a guided tour of the exhibition with 23 commentaries on 31 works of art.

From Zurbarán to Rothko

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Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
83Mb
Genre
Travel Education
Last updated
February 27, 2017
Release date
February 27, 2017
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The official application of the exhibition “From Zurbarán to Rothko”, presented at the Jacquemart-André Museum from 3 March to 10 July 2017, offers a guided tour of the exhibition with 23 commentaries on 31 works of art.

Alicia Koplowitz has amassed through Grupo Omega Capital Ω, a collection that reflects her own personal tastes, bringing together numerous masterpieces from some of the world’s greatest artists. The Old and Modern Masters feature heavily in her collection, fostering a dialogue of sorts across the centuries: antique sculptures and paintings by Zurbarán, Tiepolo, Canaletto, Guardi and Goya can be seen alongside paintings and drawings by Toulouse-Lautrec, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Picasso, Van Dongen, Modigliani, Schiele, de Staël, Freud, Rothko and Barceló, as well as sculptures by Giacometti, Bourgeois and Richier.

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