De leukste virtuele tours en online exposities van beroemde musea

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De leukste virtuele tours en online exposities van beroemde musea

Voor als je niet weet wat je met je tijd moet: kunst te bekijken vanaf je bank #goals.

LEES OOK: Deze vrouw woont in haar eigen Diana museum

1. Het Rijksmuseum

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Our virtual tour continues. Today we’re in the Waterloo gallery, where our biggest painting is: The Battle of Waterloo by Jan Willem Pieneman (1824). The Duke of Wellington is receiving the message that Prussian forces are coming to his aid. Wellington, commander of the Anglo-Dutch troops, is the central figure in this group portrait of the major players at Waterloo ?. ⁣ Who do you recognise? ⁣ ⁣ ?️The Battle of Waterloo, Jan Willem Pieneman, 1824⁣ ⁣ #Rijksmuseum #Amsterdam #artlovers #arttour

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Met deze link kun je talloze meesterwerken nu online bewonderen. "800 jaar Nederlandse geschiedenis, van middeleeuwen tot Mondriaan", aldus het museum. Dwaal door de kunstgangen met de heuse streetview en waan je in het museum. 

2. Guggenheim museum in New York

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#WorkoftheWeek: Alma Thomas was integral to the Color Field movement that emerged in Washington, D.C., during the 1960s, but her unmistakable compositions, often described as “musical,” indicate a path separate from those of her contemporaries. Whereas others produced flat, precise compositions and soaked paint into raw canvas, Thomas laid out short and uneven—though controlled—brushstrokes on primed surfaces. Her works of the 1960s focus on primary and intermediate colors, applied in a dense gestural style, while her works of the 1970s, including “Cherry Blossom Symphony” (pictured), display a more muted palette, with gradual shifts in color peeking from behind a monochrome veil. She drew inspiration from her surroundings, including the play of light on trees and flowers, such as the springtime bloom of cherry blossoms. __ “Cherry Blossom Symphony” (1972) is on view in #TheFullnessofColor through August 2. Plan your visit at Photo: David Heald #AlmaThomas #Guggenheim #WomensHistoryMonth #5WomenArtists

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Dit museum verzamelt, bewaart en interpreteert moderne kunst. Zelf meemaken kan via deze virtuele tour.

3. Le Gallerie degli Uffizi in Florence

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Sulla tomba di Raffaello nel Pantheon di Roma si legge questo epitaffio: “Ille hic est Raphael timuit quo sospite vinci, rerum magna parens et moriente mori”. (Qui giace quel Raffaello di cui la natura, mentre era vivo, ebbe timore d’esserne vinta e, mentre moriva, di morire con lui). Lo scrisse Pietro Bembo, amico carissimo di Raffaello, per rendere omaggio al grande pittore, morto, secondo alcune fonti, il 6 aprile di 500 anni fa, a soli 37 anni. Ed è proprio da questa data che inizia il percorso della mostra “RAFFAELLO. 1520-1483”, da oggi aperta al pubblico alle Scuderie del Quirinale fino al 2 giugno, ripercorrendo a ritroso tutta l’avventura creativa dell’artista fino alla giovinezza. Per la prima volta sono riunite circa 204 opere, di cui 49 provenienti dalle Gallerie degli Uffizi, delle quali oltre 30 dello stesso Raffaello. Dopo un delicato intervento di restauro durato tre anni e curato dall’Opificio delle Pietre Dure, è finalmente possibile ammirare uno dei capolavori del Maestro urbinate, il “Ritratto di Leone X”, il Papa che, insieme a Giulio II -anch’esso presente in mostra- furono i suoi mecenati e più importanti committenti #RaffaelloInMostra • ?ENG: In Rome, on Raphael’s tomb in the Pantheon, one can read a Latin epitaph written by famous Renaissance Italian poet Pietro Bembo, friend of the painter, which says: “Here lies that famous Raphael by whom Nature feared to be conquered while he lived, and when he was dying, feared herself to die”. Such was the tribute paid to the “divine painter”, who, according to many, died on 6 April, 500 years ago, at only 37. And it is right from this date that the “RAFFAELLO. 1520-1483" exhibition, open to visitors in Rome from today, starts to go back all through the artist’s career, from the end to the beginning. For the first time, around 204 works are gathered together, including 49 from the Uffizi Galleries, among which more than 30 are by Raphael. Finally on display, after a delicate 3-year restoration, is one of his masterpieces: the "Portrait of Leo X”, the Pope who, together with Pope Julius II, whose portrait also is on view, were his most illustrious patrons. Scuderie del Quirinale 5.03 | 2.06.2020

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Een iconische verzameling van beeldhouwerken, kunstwerken en artefacten uit de Renaissance. De werken zijn privébezit van de Medici-familie, voor een groot deel te zien in de tour. 

4. British Museum in Londen

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These beautiful gold rings date to between 1550 BC and 720 BC. They’re known as scarab rings – a popular style of jewellery in ancient Egypt featuring a carved stone or glass scarab beetle. The underside of each beetle is inscribed with hieroglyphs, often accompanied by protective symbols or the name of the ruling pharaoh. Scarabs were sacred – a manifestation of Khepri, a sun god associated with resurrection. Rings like these may have been used as seals with the inscription facing outward, but as each scarab was threaded onto a golden wire they could also be worn with the scarab facing upward as a good luck charm. #BritishMuseum #AncientEgypt #jewellery #scarab #history #gold

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Met 8 miljoen objecten in haar collectie, is de helft te zien in de online collectie-database. Naast de kunst en bijzondere objecten, is het gebouw zelf ook een kunstwerk om te zien

5. Pergamon 

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Mushkhushshu the Babylonian snake-dragon. @staatlichemuseenzuberlin

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Het meest bezochte museum van Duitsland is het Pergamon museum in Berlijn. Het bevat archeologische vondsten van over de hele wereld en dankt zijn naam aan het pergamonaltaar dat zich middenin het museum bevindt

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