At the beginning of the museum visit, in the garden, we learned about the life of Sorolla, and the history of the museum. Before this visit, I did not know anything about Sorolla, and as discussed, not many people know him outside of Spain. During the visit, I learned about Sorolla’s life, artwork, and home. Sorolla began his life growing up in the coastal city of Valencia, raised by a well off family. As a child, he was very successful at art, and he was sent to Rome for classical training.
In Madrid, Spain there is the Prado Museum. It is a huge art gallery with thousands of famous paintings. One of my favorite paintings is in the museum, las Meninas. This is my favorite painting because no one can figure it out. Everytime I look at it, I find something new that changes my perspective.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has one of the finest Modern European Art collections that has enlightened and awakened my personal mastery and appreciation of Art. Being a student in the business side of education I had never really explored my different avenues of the artistic side in me. The Museum itself is an artistic and historic architectural grace to the entire block on 82nd Street in Manhattan. Entering inside, I sensed myself going into an era of Europe where people traded ideas and learned from each other. I walked in the aisle of the 19th to the 21th Century art, it gave me a sense of the community and the important aspects of modern Europe along with the finest art pieces which came along from there.
I think the layout and various themes create serenity. Because the museum has open spaces and is surrounded by decorated walls, people are lost in their dreamy afternoons while appreciating masterpieces. Walking around the museum is like taking an excursion, you perceive unique attitudes from a distinct gallery. This museum has art culture and impression within space. In our daily lives, we are surrounded by strangers.
The museum does live up to its mission statement, it teaches the visitors what it was like to live as a Jewish person before, during, and after the Holocaust. While the museum has only a few benches for the visitors to rest in within the galleries, a visitor can find comfortable seating outside the restroom and gift shop. The engagement of the museum can be seen in different ways. At the time of my visit, the museum has only one interactive electronic piece. Despite this lack of interactivity, it still is engaging for the visitor.
It is located in The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art by The Doris and Donald Fisher Collection. There are many different things that involve the way you observe this painting. For instance, there is a huge range of paints that have been used. Paint happens to
Since I was a child I have always had a special interest in art, I have visited some of the most renowned museums such as the Louvre and El Prado, which have opened my mind to art and history. Recently, I have seen a thirty-second-video in which a group of extremists demolished numerous 3000-year-old artefacts, with the excuse that they are encouraging idolatry. Watching this brutal act of destruction of an artwork which has been on Earth for so many years, and which has taught us so much about the past, has made a huge impact on my idea of the world. I
German museum has 1,000 kid-friendly activities dedicated to the curious kids. The museum exhibits around 28,000 objects from 50 fields of science and technology. Your kids will love to dwell in this place and will be enchanted by the “Kid’s Kingdom” wherein the young ones can sit behind the real fire engine or fly in the area and many more interesting activities. The best part of this museum is that the kids can touch and feel the artefacts in museum and can well explore. Don’t miss huge mine replica, it is a fun for all age groups.
The late 20th century part of the Rijksmuseum is rather unoccupied in comparison to its neighbors on the floors below, which is disappointing as the foyer gives hope that the old and the new will be represented on equal terms within the museum. The 20th century collection itself seems rather limited, as if the museum is centered on telling the story of the more distant past, despite the debate that has ensued since the very first day it opened in the 19th century. However, this is understandable, as Tim Zeedijk states, that the Rijksmuseum is concerned with telling the story that it can through the collections that it holds and it is clear that most of the collection held is from earlier historical