Dutch painting of the Golden Age as a source of inspiration of 19th century
17/05/2013 - 10/26/2014
Petr Tomasek , professional collaboration: Kateřina Svobodová
Admission is free .
Governor's Palace ( Cabinet )
Wed-Sun 10 -18h ,
Thurs : 10 to 19 h ,
Mon, Tue: closed
Date of opening
The exhibition complements the exhibition of ancient art of selected works of the Dutch painter of the 17th century, confronted with the image formed in the 19th century in an apparent response to the creation admired baroque patterns.
These are also confronted with the paintings of the 19th Century ( Florent Willems , Remi van Haanen , Josef Carl Berthold Puttner ad . ) formed in an apparent response to the creation admired baroque patterns. Presentation of works from the collections of the Moravian Gallery in Brno show how certain genres approached by artists whose lives are separated by a gap of two centuries . Despite the often direct thematic and formal continuity to the younger parts can not be treated as just mere imitations of works of the Dutch masters of the "golden age" . In their individual manuscript we mostly under layers of contemporary historicism nod to discern how new technological capabilities 19th century , and some germs modernity.
Dutch painter of the 17th century - Simon de Vlieger , Jan Abrahamsz Beerstraaten , Anthonie Palamedesz ad .