Painting exhibitions Paris features Victorian Masterpieces
Publish on Tuesday, 17 September 2013 in Museum - Exhibitions
Painting exhibitions Paris celebrates the work of some of the major artists of Victorian times.
During the reign of Queen Victoria in Great Britain, a great many of the most eminent artists of the day were drawn to the 'cult of beauty' and sought to depict it in their work. This important exhibition is part of an international event and will appear in Rome, Madrid and London as well as at Jacquemart-Andre Museum in Paris.
This remarkable exhibition of pieces from the renowned Pérez Simón collection, one of the most extensive collections of Victorian sensual art in the world, brings some 50 or so masterpieces by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Sir Frederic Leighton, Edward Burne-Jones and Albert Moore and many others to Paris.
Known as the 'Aesthetic Movement' the artists strove to find the essence of beauty, often using the female nude in heroic settings, with nature a sumptuous and organic backdrop. The results are some of the most beautiful works which now stand as icons of the British art institution.
A must for art lovers, whether their interests lie in the field of Victorian masterpieces, or whether they just adore seeing beauty in its many artistic forms, the Jacquemart-Andre Museum show is your chance to be part of a major event.
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