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By Victoria Charles
The ecu continent gathers jointly, unquestionably, the main recognized artworks, proof of the background of Western paintings. The cultural capitals and their emblematic museums include work, sculptures, or quite artworks, devised through the good artists, consultant of eu tradition. From Madrid to London, passing via Prague, the key works of the previous continent are awarded the following. because of specific information regarding the museums and their collections, you, too, can discover and detect Europe’s attention-grabbing cultural historical past.
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Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Copenhagen 45 Paul Gauguin, The Wine Harvest at Arles (Misères Humaines), 1888. 5 x 92 cm. Ordrupgaard, Charlottenlund, Copenhagen. Ordrupgaard, Charlottenlund North of Copenhagen, one of Denmark’s finest art collections can be found in the Ordrupgaard museum. In fact, the museum can be said to boast not only one of the finest Danish collections, but also one of the most comprehensive groupings of Danish and French art in Northern Europe. Works from the Danish Golden Age (or more specifically, from the first half of the 19th century), and contemporary Danish art have been collected and compiled to form a formidable collection.
The largest city in France, the Parisian metropolitan area has a population of over 12 million people, one of Europe’s most populated metropolitan areas. As its influences in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion, and the arts would suggest, Paris is one of the world’s leading global cities. Several international organisations such as UNESCO and the International Chamber of Commerce are headquartered here, and it is considered to be one of the world’s leading business centres. It is also one of the world’s principal cultural centres.
Flemish Art and a large collection of French paintings are the focus-point of the museum, in addition to several sculptures. Temporary exhibitions are organised at the museum every two years to support the permanent exhibitions. The Flemish Art Collection, of which the MSK is a member, is a partnership of the three big museums of Fine Arts in Flanders: Royal Museum of Fine Art (Brussels), Groeningemuseum (Bruges), and Museum of Fine Arts (Ghent). Combined, these museums represent an overview of Flemish art from the 15th-20th centuries.