This year we are going to visit some of the most important museums across Europe, as well as a short trip to New York which, in my opinion, is the most European city in the United States.
Then, for each place, we will dwell on certain masterpieces that we will study in depth.
Thursday 23 November - The National Gallery in London
Despite difficult beginnings, we confirm that there are only masterpieces in this national museum, which are completely independent of the royal collections.
Thursday, January 11 - The Musée d'Orsay
From the decadence of the Romans to the Olympia, all the diversity of a collection that brings together Western art from 1848 to 1914. A Collection that ranges from academic art to Impressionists and post-Impressionists.
Thursday February 8 - The Prado Museum in Madrid
One of the most important art galleries in the world, heritage of the collections of the Habsburgs and the Bourbons.
March 14 - The Uffizi Gallery in Florence
The finest collection in the world of Italian paintings and all the great European masters of the Renaissance.
April 18 - Museum Of Modern Art, New York
In the mid-1920s, three influential women decided to free American society from conventional culture and introduce contemporary European and American art.
May 16 - The Louvre Museum
Among the 3 largest museums in the world, the Louvre has always been a place of expression of the will of power, from kings to revolutionaries, to presidents. The result is an abundant collection in all areas: painting, graphic art, sculpture, decorative arts, not to mention the architecture itself of the Grand Louvre.
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