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Louvre Museum (Paris, France): Exhibitions
  • Soulages at the Louvre
    Pierre Soulages, “painter of black and light,” is a major figure of non-figurative painting, recognized as such since the start of his career after World War II. Born on December 24, 1919, in Rodez (south of France), Soulages, who continues to produce work at a steady pace, is celebrating his 100th birthday at the end of this year. To mark this event, the Musée du Louvre is devoting an exceptional exhibition to the artist in the prestigious Salon Carré, which is located between the Galerie d’Apollon and the Grande Galerie and used to house the Paris Salon.
  • El Greco
    Domenico Theotokopoulos, known as “El Greco” (1541–1614), of Cretan origin, began his training in the Byzantine tradition, before heading to Venice, then Rome, to refine his education. Yet it was in Spain that his art flourished and became firmly established, as of the 1570s. The artist imported Titian’s color, Tintoretto’s boldness, and Michelangelo’s artistic force to the Iberian Peninsula. This association, original yet consistent as regards his own development, gives El Greco a distinctive position in the history of painting: he was the last great master of the Renaissance, and the first great painter of the Golden Age.
  • Poland
    The year 2019 marks the centenary of the signing of the Franco-Polish convention of September 3, 1919, “relating to emigration and immigration,” which led to a massive influx of Polish workers to France, and more specifically, to the mining region in the country’s north. To commemorate this important event for the territory’s identity, the Musée du Louvre-Lens will hold a large retrospective of 19th-century Polish painting, organized jointly with the National Museum in Warsaw.

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