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Если ты не можешь добраться до искусства, оно затянет тебя в свои виртуальные сети. Не так уж и плохо, верно?

В любом путешествии локальные музеи занимают едва ли не центральное место программы. Оно и немудрено: в Европе собралось огромное количество предметов искусства, истории и культуры (за пару-то тысячелетий!), в США правит бал современное искусство, а музеи помельче просто гордятся своими коллекциями и зазывают к себе. 

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Но пока что большинство стран ограничило туристические поездки из-за эпидемии коронавируса, так что все мало-мальски культурные объекты вроде стадионов, музеев, театров и кино закрыты, а многие люди (в том числе селебы) предпочли самоизолироваться

И поскольку на сегодняшний день мы можем спасти мир просто сидя дома, на помощь спешит верный Интернет. Музейщики - люди вполне себе прогрессивные, поэтому их коллекции можно посмотреть онлайн, а по некоторым "сокровищницам" - даже прогуляться. Виртуально, естественно. 

Британский музей, Лондон

Представь: ты сможешь увидеть самые значимые исторические ценности (не только Британии, если что)! И для этого даже не придется ехать на Туманный Альбион. 

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➡️➡️➡️ Swipe to follow the conservation treatment of this beautiful 17th-century thangka – a Tibetan painting which has been conserved ready for our upcoming #TantraExhibition. When treatment began, conservators removed the silk borders to stabilise fragile fibres and discovered pigment tests hidden in the margins (images 2 & 3). Our Scientific Research team then used X-rays to reveal two sets of gold lines around the central figure, where the artist had chosen to repaint the lines in an upward direction, covering the first set with a blue pigment (image 4). After scientific analysis, the flaking paint was stabilised under the microscope, delicate areas of textile were supported, and the silk borders were sewn back onto the painting (image 5). Follow the full conservation treatment in our conservators’ blog – link in today’s bio. See this magnificent object on display and learn more about the fascinating South Asian philosophy of Tantra in our upcoming #TantraExhibition, opening 23 April – book tickets on our website. #BritishMuseum #history #thangka #art #painting #conservation #science #BSW20 #BritishScienceWeek

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It’s #BritishScienceWeek! 🔬🧪🧫 2020 marks 100 years since the creation of the ‘Research Laboratory’ at the Museum, so this year we’re celebrating the ground-breaking work our scientists have done over the last century. Scientist Dr Kate Fulcher has been investigating the ‘black goo’ found in ancient Egyptian coffins. Her research has revealed that this goo, which was ritually applied during funerals, was made up of plant oils, animal fat, beeswax and bitumen. Learn more about Kate’s findings and other amazing work done by our Scientific Research Department in our special 100th-anniversary blog via today’s link in our bio. #BritishScienceWeek #BSW20 #BritishMuseum #history #science #WomenInScience

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➡️➡️➡️Swipe through the story of the Trojan War in these shots of our #TroyExhibition. The show tells the tale of the Trojan War from the 8th century BC to the present day, through diverse objects including monumental ancient sculptures and powerful contemporary art. Find out more and book tickets via the link in our bio. We love seeing your photos of the Museum and our exhibitions – tag us in your images to be featured on our page! #BritishMuseum #London #Troy #TrojanWar #history #mythology #AncientGreece #archaeology

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Рейксмюсеум, Амстердам

Полотна Рембрандта и многие другие шедевры теперь разве что потрогать нельзя. А разглядеть в деталях - пожалуйста. 

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It's awfully quiet in the museum. As you can see, the beautiful works of the early Baroque in Rome for example are all alone in our Philips Wing. 🖼Our exhibition #Caravaggio - #Bernini highlights the work of the painter Caravaggio, the sculptor Bernini and other prominent artists from that era ✨. #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam #RijksmuseumAtHome #MuseumatHome

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Happy Valentine’s Day you lovebirds! ❤️ What better way to celebrate than take your crush to Caravaggio – Bernini: Baroque in Rome! One of the themes of this new exhibition is ‘amore’. So it only seems fitting to make a special ‘viaggio d’amore’ in our stories. That’s Italian for ‘tour d’amour’, which of course is French for a tour of love. So go to our stories for some more amore! 😍🥰😘❤️ - Caravaggio – Bernini: Baroque in Rome is on show now. #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam #Valentines #ValentinesDay #Caravaggio #Bernini

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After a stay at the Rembrandt-Velázquez exhibition in our Philips Wing, Rembrandt's Syndics are back in our Gallery of Honour. The syndics met three times a week in the Sampling Hall, the centre of the cloth industry in 17th-century Amsterdam. That's where this world famous group portrait once hung. Rembrandt made it look like he surprised them at their work: they look up and one is about to sit down. This was the last large portrait he was asked to paint. 👨🏼‍🎨🎨 - 🖼️ The Sampling Officials of the Amsterdam Drapers’ Guild, Known as ‘The Syndics’, Rembrandt van Rijn, 1662 #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam #Rembrandt #DailyArt

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Музей Соломона Гуггенхайма, Нью-Йорк

Ценителям современного искусства стоит отправиться на виртуальную экскурсию в Нью-Йоркский музей Гугенхайма - восторг гарантирован. 

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Today's #FrankLloydWrightFridays illustration is by @demoulin_baptiste—"In my work, I try to model the tensions between emotions and the complexity of reality. The Guggenheim museum, with all it conveys, was a source of inspiration for me to go further in my approach.” #Guggenheim

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#ArtistInterventions: Presented in conjunction with the 2016 exhibition “Moholy-Nagy: Future Present,” “Optical Sound” was a response to László Moholy-Nagy’s conception of an “opto-acoustic alphabet.” The performance highlighted the fusion of modulated sound and light with an introduction by program curators R. Luke DuBois and Zach Layton; a performance by artist and musician Marina Rosenfeld with Greg Fox on drums; a live sound and video mix by filmmaker Thomas Dexter and multimedia artist David Linton; and a multichannel presentation of Hungarian electronic music from the 1970s organized by György Kurtag, Jr. __ Photo: Enid Alvarez #Guggenheim

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We're joining @WomenintheArts and the #5WomenArtists campaign to recognize how women use art to make change and drive awareness about globally relevant issues and topics—stay tuned for content all month long! In celebration of the Guggenheim’s 60th anniversary in 2019, artist Pia Camil (@piacamil) created a new project, “Here Comes the Sun,” for the museum’s rotunda through a process of exchange with largely Latin communities in East Harlem and Corona, Queens. The work incorporates over two hundred t-shirts, most donated by project participants, who were invited into the museum to activate the sculpture alongside other members of the public and the students of Central Park East 1 Elementary School, who gave a musical performance. __ Photo: Enid Alvarez #WomensHistoryMonth #PiaCamil #GuggenheimCollection #Guggenheim

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Национальная галерея искусства США, Вашингтон

Галерея проводит небольшие экскурсы в историю произведений даже в Instagram. 

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Today’s tour takes us to gallery 28 on the Main Floor of the West Building. All but one of the works on view were given by the Gallery’s founding benefactors in the early years right before and after the Gallery opened to the public on this day in 1941. Today, they are still highlights of the collection. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Gallery 28 includes our collection of works by El Greco, the Greek-born painter who lived in Italy before settling and establishing his career in Toledo, Spain. In works like “Saint Martin and the Beggar” (1600/1614), El Greco painted the landscape of Toledo instead of the landscape that would have been accurate to the story his painting depicted. Why? We’ll never know, but head to our Instagram Story to read more about some theories and learn more about the the artist. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Each day during our temporary closure, join us as we take you on a tour, gallery by gallery. #MuseumFromHome #MyNGADC

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As a precautionary measure in light of COVID-19, the Gallery has cancelled the #NGANights programs scheduled for Thursday, March 12, and Thursday, April 9. The Gallery remains open during its regular hours. Please check nga.gov/calendar for up-to-date information. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We hope to welcome you to the Gallery soon and thank you for your support.

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“Young Girl Reading” by Fragonard and @lescafouillages. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Jean Honoré #Fragonard, “Young Girl Reading,” c. 1769, oil on canvas, on view in gallery 54 on the Main Floor of the West Building #myngadc

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Национальный музей современного искусства, Сеул

Утонченные и необычные работы современных корейских творцов можно разглядеть даже на канале музея в Youtube. 

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국립현대미술관 청주 1일 가족탐방기 ⠀ 국립현대미술관 청주에서는 관람객들이 국민의 재산이기도 한 소장품을 자유롭게 감상하고, 관람객 스스로가 미술관 공간과 콘텐츠를 자유롭게 즐기며 예술과 소통하는 시간을 보낼 수 있다. 친구, 가족, 연인과 잊지 못할 추억을 남기고 싶다면, 청주로 떠나보자.⠀ ⠀ * MMCA 뉴스레터에서 국립현대미술관 청주 1일 가족탐방기를 만나보세요. * 휴관 예정 기간: 2020. 2. 24.(월) - 2020. 3. 22.(일) ⠀ #MMCA_뉴스레터 #비하인드 #국립현대미술관청주 #MMCA #보존과학 #라키비움 #수장고 #현대미술 #contemporaryart #Larchiveum #newsletter

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집에서도 만날 수 있는 미술관 국립현대미술관 유튜브 채널 MMCA TV에서 큐레이터와 함께 전시를 만나보세요! ⠀ #MMCA #미술관 #전시투어 #국립현대미술관 #큐레이터 #curator

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국립현대미술관 청주에서 지금 관람할 수 있는 4개의 전시! ⠀ ✔ 2019 로비 프로젝트: 홍범 ✔ 현대회화의 모험: 나는 나대로 혼자서 간다 ✔ 야외프로젝트 《코디 최: 베네치안 랩소디-허세의 힘》 ✔ 야외프로젝트 《최정화: 민들레》 ⠀ #MMCA청주 #국립현대미술관 #MMCA #최정화 #코디최 #홍범 #현대회화의모험 #전시

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Пергамский музей, Берлин

В богатой коллекции есть бюст Нефертити, великолепные ворота Иштар и множество других ценных реликвий. 

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You're not so good with numbers? No problem, because from today we have the #surprisingnumbers for you! Here we go: Big, bigger, the largest work in the Alte Nationalgalerie "Kaiser Wilhelm the Victorious" by Ferdinand Keller measures 197 x 276 Inch (500 x 700 cm). Intended for furore from the beginning, the painting toured through Germany. It was not only the death of the Emperor, who had died over the completion of the work, that aroused public interest in it: Keller was also awarded the Golden Medal of the Great Berlin Art Exhibition for it. #Funfact: In the Alte Nationalgalerie it was initially placed IN FRONT of the existing collection. The reason: it was too big to hang up. 🐘 . Ferdinand Keller: Emperor Wilhelm the Victorious, 1888 © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie . #ferdinandkeller #emperor #historypainting #altenationalgalerie #staatlichemuseenzuberlin

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From today's day of the earthworm we got inspired to create this little monster with lizard tail and glowing glow on its head. Probably the experts recognized it right away: It's from the painting "St. John of Patmos" by Hieronymus Bosch. . St. John is sitting peacefully in the meadow. His youthful face raised to his vision in the sky, a book opened on his knees, the pen raised for writing. The landscape is also peaceful, with a wide river meandering through it. But peace is deceptive: burning ships are stranded just before they reach the rescuing shore. They symbolize the imminent doom of mankind. At the feet of John a falcon watches over his writing utensils, which the previously mentioned monster wants to steal. Meown by an angel, John's whole attention is focused on his vision, the Mother of God, who appears here as an apocalyptic symbol. The world of the saint is surrounded by evil. Bosch shows the spiritual attitude of the 15th century, when the Last Judgement was awaited daily. . . Hieronymus Bosch: Johannes auf Patmos (1505) © Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Volker-H. Schneider . #hieronymusbosch #dutchpainting #renaissance #grotesque #judgement #gemäldegalerie #staatlichemuseenzuberlin

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Nefertiti en el Pergamon Museum de Berlín. . . . . . #beautifulplanett #viajes #deutschland #pergamum #pergamonmuseum #travel #travelling #travelblogger #travelphoto #traveller #sculpture #escultura #blue #love #lovely #awesome #cute #egiptian #egypt #nefertiti #wanderlust #turista #tourists #alemania #germany #igersgermany #fbf #picoftheday #photooftheday #viajesrockyfotos

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Музей Ван Гога, Амстердам

Собрание работ художника, который отрезал себе ухо, привлекает внимание и ценителей, и просто интересующихся. 

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‘What the power to germinate is in wheat, so love is in us’. #museumathome Van Gogh keeps us strong these days with his paintings and letters. Which painting would you like us to post for your #museumathome? #staystrong 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Self-Portrait with Straw Hat (1887) #artistambitions #vincentvangogh #vangoghmuseum #amsterdam #vangogh #art

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📝 ‘I even work in the wheatfields at midday, in the full heat of the sun, without any shade whatever, and there you are, I revel in it like a cicada’, wrote Vincent to his brother Theo in 1889. ☀️ He lived for his art, and focused completely on the subject he had in mind. 🌻 Vincent van Gogh, Wheatfield (1888) #artistambitions #vincentvangogh #vangoghmuseum #amsterdam #vangogh #art #museumathome

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📝'That absorption in the moment – that being so wholly and utterly carried away and inspired by the surroundings in which one happens to be – what can one do about it? And even if one could resist it if one wanted to, what would be the point, why shouldn’t one give oneself over to that which is in front of one, as this, after all, is the surest way to create something?' wrote Vincent #onthisday in 1884 to his brother Theo. Can you be carried away when looking at a painting? 📸 @tomekdersuaaron

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Музей Гетти, Лос-Анджелес

Здесь есть все - от античных статуй и средневековых гравюр до очень современных инсталляций и перфомансов. 

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Today, on the holiday of Purim, millions of people read about Queen Esther, pictured here in the initial "L" of a medieval history book.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ In the biblical story, Esther was a beautiful Jewish woman who concealed her religious identity to marry the King of Persia so she could protect her people from persecution. The king's evil advisor convinced him to sign a decree to kill all the Jews in the empire. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Queen Esther knew it was a capital offense to appear before the king without permission. Still, she went to the throne room—and the king was so overwhelmed by her beauty that he lowered he scepter toward her and offered to give her anything she wanted. Through her act of courage, the Jews were saved. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Esther is usually identified only by a crown, but here she also holds the king's scepter, a symbol of her courage and power.⁠⠀

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LA-based photographer @amanda_charchian recently visited the Getty Center and developed three images that explore the relationship between the female body and the Getty Center’s architecture. Learn more below how the Center inspired Amanda to develop this body of work.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ “The Getty Center was very close to where I grew up so I would frequently visit and spend hours enjoying its art and gardens. While studying at Otis College of Art and Design, I interned at the Getty Research Institute—so I could say Getty has had a special place in my life, especially for my creative development. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ I recently started a photographic project, possibly called MONO, which explores how our bodies react to built environments and Getty’s architecture has become a site to explore this research further. I am turning my lens on how material environments structure and give frameworks for what and how we think, feel, and experience the world. In this work, I’m creating a composition that was inspired by the Getty Center’s curves and the power of the female body.” —@amanda_charchian ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #womenshistorymonth⁠⠀

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James Van Der Zee rose to prominence during the Harlem Renaissance. ⠀ ⠀ His portraits celebrate black culture, showing his clients as they wanted to be seen. As a popular commercial photographer, Van Der Zee captured a wide range of Harlem residents, depicting families, weddings, school children, social events, parades, and other large gatherings for decades. He had a gift for capturing clients and special events in a distinguished and distinctive style. ⠀ ⠀ James Van Der Zee photographed this group of members of a social club in 1939, softly masking the background of the image to accentuate their tuxedos and top hats. It is on view in “Unseen: 35 Years of Collecting Photographs” through March 8. #blackhistorymonth

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Уффици, Флоренция

Произведения всех итальянских творцов эпохи Возрождения здесь. 

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#UffiziDecameron e il trionfo di Bacco! Che il #vino sia un alleato della seduzione è una storia antica quanto la bevanda cara a Dioniso. Dunque non ci racconta nulla di nuovo #AnnibaleCarracci, pittore emiliano, che in questo dipinto degli #Uffizi (1587ca) mette in scena il tentativo di seduzione da parte di un satiro ebbro nei confronti della dea della bellezza. Il personaggio del corteo di Bacco ha sul volto rubizzo un’espressione ammiccante, rafforzata dal verso boccaccesco del satiro bambino che abbraccia la gamba della dea e mostra la lingua. Ma Venere si ritrae cercando di coprirsi con il lenzuolo bianco simbolo di purezza, ribadito delle perle dell'acconciatura e dal monile con l’effige delle tre Grazie che indossa al polso. E i due piccoli della scena fanno il tifo per #Venere o per il satiro tentatore? Il vino farà il suo effetto e la bella cederà alle avance dell'improvvisato seduttore? La coppa d’uva nera e bianca, metafora del vino, sarà forse l’alleato necessario al satiro per far dimenticare alla bella il suo aspetto ferino...? • E N G 🌍 #UffiziDecameron and the triumph of Bacchus! #Wine as an helper of seduction: it is a long story as well as the story of Dionysus' favourite drink! This is what Annibale Carracci is telling us in this painting (1587 c.) where the faun is trying to allure no less than the goddess of beauty...! But she is pulling back, covering her naked body with a blank cover, symbol of purity, as the pearls she wears and the bracelet with the image of the Three Graces. And the kids, are they supporting #Venus or the faun's side? No doubts on the little satyr holding Venus' leg...! Is wine, symbolized by the white and black grapes in the cup that the satyr is offering to the goddess, going to be a mean to triumph over the resistance of Venus...?

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Sulla tomba di Raffaello nel Pantheon di Roma si legge questo epitaffio: “Ille hic est Raphael timuit quo sospite vinci, rerum magna parens et moriente mori”. (Qui giace quel Raffaello di cui la natura, mentre era vivo, ebbe timore d’esserne vinta e, mentre moriva, di morire con lui). Lo scrisse Pietro Bembo, amico carissimo di Raffaello, per rendere omaggio al grande pittore, morto, secondo alcune fonti, il 6 aprile di 500 anni fa, a soli 37 anni. Ed è proprio da questa data che inizia il percorso della mostra “RAFFAELLO. 1520-1483”, da oggi aperta al pubblico alle Scuderie del Quirinale fino al 2 giugno, ripercorrendo a ritroso tutta l’avventura creativa dell’artista fino alla giovinezza. Per la prima volta sono riunite circa 204 opere, di cui 49 provenienti dalle Gallerie degli Uffizi, delle quali oltre 30 dello stesso Raffaello. Dopo un delicato intervento di restauro durato tre anni e curato dall’Opificio delle Pietre Dure, è finalmente possibile ammirare uno dei capolavori del Maestro urbinate, il “Ritratto di Leone X”, il Papa che, insieme a Giulio II -anch’esso presente in mostra- furono i suoi mecenati e più importanti committenti #RaffaelloInMostra • 🌎ENG: In Rome, on Raphael’s tomb in the Pantheon, one can read a Latin epitaph written by famous Renaissance Italian poet Pietro Bembo, friend of the painter, which says: “Here lies that famous Raphael by whom Nature feared to be conquered while he lived, and when he was dying, feared herself to die”. Such was the tribute paid to the “divine painter”, who, according to many, died on 6 April, 500 years ago, at only 37. And it is right from this date that the “RAFFAELLO. 1520-1483" exhibition, open to visitors in Rome from today, starts to go back all through the artist’s career, from the end to the beginning. For the first time, around 204 works are gathered together, including 49 from the Uffizi Galleries, among which more than 30 are by Raphael. Finally on display, after a delicate 3-year restoration, is one of his masterpieces: the "Portrait of Leo X”, the Pope who, together with Pope Julius II, whose portrait also is on view, were his most illustrious patrons. Scuderie del Quirinale 5.03 | 2.06.2020

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Alessandro Allori, Venere e Cupido, 1570c., #Uffizi Nel corso del ‘500 molti artisti presero a modello un famoso cartone di #Michelangelo per raffigurare #Venere come esempio di bellezza femminile ideale e sensuale. Il soggetto incontrò grande fortuna e divenne un tema caro anche ai committenti dell’epoca: fu proprio su richiesta di Francesco I #deMedici che #AlessandroAllori, pittore ufficiale del Granduca, realizzò questo bellissimo dipinto per consacrare il suo amore per #BiancaCappello. La scena si apre in primo piano con Venere - dea dell’amore e della bellezza identificata come tale dal pomo dorato donatole da Paride - adagiata a terra in posa lasciva e ammiccante. La dea, con fare ludico e giocoso, cerca di sottrarre l’arco a Cupido, raffigurato con ali colorate che creano un acceso gioco cromatico. Due bianche colombe sono colte in effusioni amorose accanto a Venere e vicino ad alcune rose, fiori sacri alla dea. In secondo piano, acquattato fra i ciuffi di erba, si scorge un coniglio, allusione alla fertilità. Tutto l’insieme restituisce un’atmosfera trasognata e idillica: un luogo incantevole, tripudio di vita, sensi e carnalità. • 🌎E N G: During the 1500s many artists took as their model a famous cartoon by Michelangelo to depict Venus as ideal and sensual symbol of female beauty. That icon became so popular that several art patrons of the time wished to commission similar paintings. Such is the case of Grand Duke Francesco I de’ #iMedici that asked his official court painter Alessandro Allori to realize this beautiful painting to consecrate his love for Bianca Cappello. Lying in the foreground in a lascivious and alluring pose is Venus, the goddess of love and beauty identified by the golden apple that Paris gave her. Playfully and humorously, she tries to steal the bow of Cupid, depicted with colourful wings that give the work an intense chromatism. Two white doves are kissing each other next to Venus, in the midst of some roses - flowers sacred to her. On the background among the grass is a rabbit, allusion to fertility. The whole composition evokes a dreamy and idyllic ambiance: an enchanting place, a burst of life, senses and carnality.

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Главный французский музей обладает бесценными античными экспонатами и не менее бесценными полотнами. Одна "Мона Лиза" чего стоит! 

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. 🇫🇷 Conformément aux directives gouvernementales françaises, le musée du Louvre est fermé jusqu’à nouvel ordre. - 👉 Continuez à nous suivre sur les réseaux sociaux ! Merci de votre fidélité et bon week-end à toutes et à tous ! 😉 - - - 🌍 In accordance with directives issued by the French government, the Musée du Louvre is closed until further notice. - 👉 Thank you all to continue to follow us on social networks! Have a nice weekend! 😉 - #SuivezLeLouvre #Louvre #MuséeDuLouvre

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. 🇫🇷 Ce lundi, intéressons-nous au splendide guéridon de Madame de Barry ! - 🤝 Madame du Barry (1743-1793), dernière maîtresse de Louis XV, fit aménager le salon ovale de Louveciennes à la dernière mode en 1771. L'exceptionnel guéridon du Louvre fut livré pour cette occasion. Il est le fruit de la collaboration entre le grand ébéniste Martin Carlin et un des peintres de la Manufacture de Sèvres les plus talentueux, Charles-Nicolas Dodin. - 🎻 Ce guéridon allie meuble d’ébénisterie et porcelaine, une nouveauté pour l’époque. La scène centrale représente une jeune claveciniste accompagnée par un violoniste et un violoncelliste donnant concert au sultan, à sa maîtresse et à quelques courtisans dans l'enceinte d'un sérail. Les six plaques du pourtour représentent quant à elles des scènes galantes et pastorales. - 📍 Aile Sully, salle 617. - - - 🌍 This Monday, let's take a look at Madame de Barry's splendid pedestal table! - 🤝 Madame du Barry (1743-1793), the last mistress of Louis XV, had the Louveciennes oval salon fitted out in 1771 in the latest fashion. The exceptional pedestal table from the Louvre was delivered for this occasion. It is the fruit of the collaboration between the great cabinetmaker Martin Carlin and one of the most talented painters of the Sèvres Manufacture, Charles-Nicolas Dodin. - 🎻 This pedestal table combines cabinetwork and porcelain, a novelty for the time. The central scene depicts a young harpsichordist accompanied by a violinist and a cellist giving a concert to the sultan, his mistress and a few courtiers within the enclosure of a seraglio. The six plaques around the perimeter represent gallant and pastoral scenes. - 📍 Sully wing, room 617. - 📸 © RMN - Grand Palais (Musée du Louvre) / Daniel Arnaudet . . . #Louvre #MuséeDuLouvre

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. 🇫🇷 Mercredi, c’est #HistoireDuLouvre ! Connaissez-vous l’histoire de la Vénus de Milo ? - ✨ La Vénus de Milo est découverte en 1820 à Mélos, une île des Cyclades. Cette effigie divine fascine par le mystère qui entoure son interprétation. Faut-il y reconnaître Aphrodite, souvent figurée à demi nue, ou Amphitrite, déesse de la mer vénérée à Milo ? Son identification reste difficile à établir. - 📦 L’histoire de la Vénus au musée du Louvre est tout aussi passionnante. On peut voir ici une photographie de 1939, où l’œuvre s’apprête à être évacuée au début de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Dans la galerie Daru, la statue est encordée au niveau des hanches et des genoux. Elle sera ensuite transportée dans une caisse en bois, que l’on aperçoit à ses côtés. - 🏰 Evacuée vers le château de Valencay, elle y demeurera jusqu’en 1945. Cette mesure va à l’encontre des autorités allemandes, qui ordonnent la réouverture du musée dès septembre 1940. C’est donc un moulage qui occupera le musée pendant la guerre. La Vénus est aujourd’hui visible dans la salle 345 de l’aile Sully. --- 🌎 Wednesday it’s #LouvreHistory! Do you know the history of the Vénus de Milo? - ✨ The Venus de Milo was discovered in 1820 on the island of Melos in the Cyclades. This graceful statue of a goddess has intrigued and fascinated since its discovery. Is it Aphrodite, who was often portrayed half-naked, or the sea goddess Amphitrite, who was venerated on Melos? Its identification remains difficult to establish. - 📦 The history of the Venus in the Louvre is just as fascinating. Here we can see a picture from 1939, where the work was about to be evacuated at the beginning of the WW2. In the Daru Gallery, the statue is roped up at the hips and knees. It will then be transported in a wooden crate, which can be seen next to it. - 🏰 Evacuated to the castle of Valencay, it will remain there until 1945. This measure went against the German authorities, who ordered the museum to reopen in September 1940. It is therefore a casting that will occupy museum during the war. The Venus now can be seen in the Sully wing, room 345. - 📷©️RMN –Grand Palais (Musée du Louvre) / Angèle Dequier . .
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Кстати, в большинстве этих музеев есть экспонаты из числа тех, про которые нужно знать каждому. А еще на помощь во время вынужденного отказа от посещений культурно-исторических объектов легко может прийти виртуальная картинная галерея Google.

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