MUNCH AND THE SPIRIT OF THE NORTH. Scandinavia in the late nineteenth century is the exhibition which brings Italy Marco Goldin,for first time a detailed testimony of what has been painting in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark in the second half of the nineteenth century.
am 122 The works on display, from museums Scandinavian, but also from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Dominating the landscape is, but there are also the subject of portraits and figure. A sezione speciale with 35 is devoted to paintings by Edvard Munch, Norway's famous for the restlessness and anxiety that transmits with his work:”You know my paintings, and they can see what I have experienced“, he said. It is heartbreaking and shattering an inner tension that enters into the work.
Among the great painters of the North espononti are, for Denmark, da ring, Philipsen, Syberg, Gottschalk and especially Hammershøi. A quest’ultimo, whose extraordinary story was finally discovered a few years ago thanks to a successful exhibition in Paris, has dedicated an entire room, including some landscapes, but above all the charming interior. For the first time in Italy, the works of Hammershøi are the peak, the late nineteenth and early next century, a path that comes in the light of seventeenth-century Dutch interior ash, but that all changes within the infinite extent of gray, sometimes they turn on pale blue. Giving the sense of solitude of the figures in those areas do not move but remain suspended, how time could actually stop once and for all. And never return.
To continue, among others, Norway, with Nielsen, Backer, Thaulow, Krogh, Skredsvig; and then Larrsson, Nordstrom, Anger, Jansson, Prince Eugene, Strindberg in Sweden; Edelfelt, Gallen-Kallela, Järnefelt, Churberg, Halonen, Thesleff in Finlandia. With those features paintings that bring the image of man always in the middle of unspoiled nature in the great and almost immeasurable. Within the game that is close to the romantic sentiment and a taste Symbolist, for example, is well evident in the great Finnish artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela.
The final part devoted to Munch, where about a dozen works on paper is the necessary counterpoint to the work painting, reaches its highest meaning in the choice of the paintings was done, to be made, those paintings, in connection with the Scandinavian painters Munch above.MUNCH AND THE SPIRIT OF THE NORTH.
Scandinavia in the late nineteenth century
From 26 September 1 November: HOURS 9 – 19
From 2 November 6 marzo 2011: - Monday to Friday: HOURS 9 – 18, - Saturday, Sundays and Holidays: HOURS 9 - 19Chiuso the 24,25 and 31 December 2010. 1 January at 11 – 19
25 September 2010 – 6 marzo 2011SEE SHOWVilla Manin – Piazza Manin, 10
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