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Announcing the New Michelangelo Gallery

We are proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned Michelangelo Gallery!  If you haven’t visited the Michelangelo Gallery in a while, you will notice that significant updates have been made to the design of the site.  The redesigned logo along with the new look and feel of the website combine to enhance the site and improve the user experience.  Besides the aesthetic advancements, the addition of a Google custom search makes finding the information that you are looking for on Michelangelo even easier.  In addition, more images and a rotating banner of Michelangelo’s famous works including The Creation of Adam, David, The Sistine Chapel Ceiling, Pieta, and The …..

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Impressionist Festival

If you love the work of the Impressionists, then you will surely love Impressionist Normandy. This four month festival begins in June and runs through September in the Normandy region of France and is held to celebrate the Impressionist movement which began with Claude Monet’s Impression Sunrise in 1872. Cultural events including art, theatre, dance, photography, video, and more will comprise this diverse cultural experience taking place all summer long in different cities in the Normandy region. If you are in the area this summer, some of the highlights include an exhibition in Rouen will cover titled “A City for Impressionism” will cover some of the Studio of the South …..

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Art Exhibitions in 2010

This year there are a variety of exciting art exhibitions all over the world.  No matter where you are, chances are that the works of one of the great masters will be on display near you.  Here are a few that have opened or are opening in the early part of this year at art museums all over the world. By the Water-lily Pond – Monet, Yoshihiro Suda and Zon Ito, ongoing until Februrary 28 at the Asahi Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art near Kyoto, Japan. Michelangelo: Anatomy as Architecture, Drawings by the Master, ongoing until April 11 at the Muscarelle Museum of Art at The College of William …..

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