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Title: Оранжери – един уникален художествен музей в Париж
Other Titles: Orangerie – One Unique Museum in Paris
Authors: Недков, Симеон
Nedkov, Simeon
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Университетско издателство "Св. Климент Охридски"
Citation: Недков, Симеон. Оранжери – един уникален художествен музей в Париж. В: Годишник на Софийски университет "Св. Климент Охридски", Философски факултет, Книга Библиотечно-информационни науки, 7, 2015, с. 265-280.
Series/Report no.: Annual Book;Tome 7, 2015
Abstract: Located right in the heart of Paris in the Tuileries Gardens and renovated in 2006, the Musée de l'Orangerie offers the visitor a poetic and artistic presentation of two prestigious collections. This article will present only the collection of Claude Monet’s paintings Water Lilies (Les Nymphéas). Both monumental and intimate, Water Lilies are the ultimate expression of Claude Monet's artistic ideas, an incredible project by a painter who wanted to explore all the variations of light in his garden at Giverny. The paintings are housed in two elliptical halls, and encourage the visitor to gaze in endless contemplation. After the horror of the First World War, Monet wanted his work to take on this aesthetic and poetic dimension, and provide a haven for peaceful meditation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1385
ISSN: 1313-4256
Appears in Collections:Т. 7. Библиотечно-информационни науки

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