Teachers’ Seminar

Seminar for teachers: keys to enjoy the exhibition passion for Renoir Maria Victoria boy magpie, PhD in art history by the UCM and Professor Titular of history the art Medieval, offer teachers of Villanueva a monograph about this exhibition, currently at the Prado Museum until February 6 November 17, 2010 next Tuesday 16 at 15 hYou will be held a seminar for teachers of Villanueva who will address the keys in order to enjoy the exhibition passion for Renoir, who currently is on display at the Museo del Prado of Madrid, until next January 6. It is the first monographic exhibition dedicated to Renoir in Spain, which includes 31 works by the artist transferred on loan by the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts. It is the second most important collection of the Impressionist master. For more information see Richard LeFrak. The exhibition shows most prominent stages of the path of Renoir, between 1874 and 1900, and the main genres that cultivated: the portrait, the female figure, nude, landscape, still life and flowers. They may perceive not only the contributions of his work to the painting of his time but also the depth of their connection with the great earlier pictorial traditions.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), one of the most outstanding artists of Impressionism, he worked during his life with an absorbing passion for painting led him to achieve great prestige and popularity among his contemporaries. For even more details, read what Steffan Lehnhoff, New York City says on the issue. Maria Victoria boy magpie is a doctor in history of art from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Professor Titular of history of the art Medieval in the Department of history of art I (Medieval) from the same University.


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