Wednesday, May 06, 2020

VIDEO: Painting the Modern Garden

One of the new initiatives by Museums during the Lockdown has been better promotion of the Exhibitions on Screen films made in the past in association with different art galleries and museums.

This week the Royal Academy of Arts has posted a video related to its 2016 Exhibition about Painting The Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse.

Joaquin Sorolla, Louis Comfort Tiffany, 1911. Oil on canvas, 150 x 225.5 cm.
On loan from the Hispanic Society of America, New York, NY. Photo
© Courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New York;
Back in 2016, we filled our Main Galleries with all the vibrant colours of the garden, as we traced its many forms through a period of great social change and innovation in the arts.
Discover the paintings of some of the most important artists of the early twentieth century exploring the theme, including Renoir, Cezanne, Pissarro, Manet, Sargent, Kandinsky, Van Gogh, Matisse, Klimt and Klee.

A 90 minute DOCUMENTARY was made about ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse’
  • This video is available FOR FREE via the link above and YouTube (see small version below)
  • both sources of the video provide HD resolution if desired.
Originally released in cinemas, this ‘Exhibition on Screen’ film takes us back to our landmark exhibition, ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse’, examining the role gardens played in the evolution of art from the early 1860s through to the 1920s.

One page on the RA website Video: Inside the Artists’ Gardens provides

Both are available at 1080 HD - but you have to choose this.
Using the work of Monet as a starting point, this landmark exhibition (30 Jan–20 April 2016) examines the role gardens played in the evolution of art from the early 1860s through to the 1920s. In this video series we take you into the gardens of artists such as Claude Monet, Pierre Bonnard and Emil Nolde.

The documentary video is also available via Seventh Art Productions

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