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SPRING SHADES IN BOOKS AND MUSIC

At the spring equinox days are 12 hours long with day length increasing as the season progresses. It’s springtime outside, slugger. It’s springtime and soon all the trees will have leaves. Cherry trees bloom in the springtime. Springtime synonyms? Blossom, florescence, floruit, flower, flush, heyday, high noon, prime, salad days. Springtime refers also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection ...

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WORDS WITH FRAGRANCE OF SPRING

Spring time is calling you. Your world becomes filled with color and the scent of delicious greenery. Spring gives you hope for rejuvenation. https://www.amazon.com/Spring-Poems-Grande-Directions-Paperbook/dp/0811216853 It is time to renew the excitement. It is a miraculous experience, because the whole world comes alive after the winter, in which it seemed, everything was dead. The world, that seemed so dull and cold, ...

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CLAUDE MONET, MORE THAN JUST A FOUNDER OF IMPRESSIONIST PAINTING

CLAUDE MONET 1/3 – One of his most famous Spring-related pieces is titled The Spring. In order to capture the changing of light and the passing of the seasons, his ambition of documenting the countryside led him to adopt a method of painting – the same scene many times. The Earth was Monet’s muse. He was more than just a ...

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WHEN PAINTINGS REVEAL AFFINITY FOR THE SEASON OF NEW BEGINNINGS – The Claude Monet’s Springs

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BREATHE WITH YOUR EYES – Paint the spring

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VIRTUAL MUSEUM AND VIRTUAL EXHIBITION – Sharing History at the Kunsthistorisches Museum

Kunsthistorisches Museum (Neue Burg -Heldenplatz, 1010 Wien) – one of the world’s foremost fine arts museums, https://www.khm.at/en/ enriches your Vienna itinerary. To design this special exhibitions, the curators had access to a database of 2,490 objects (specially brought together for this project). Entering into to the virtual museum, you can also use this database, to conduct further research. Through the ...

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A BOY, WHO COMES FROM AFAR – The Young of the Magdalensberg at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna

Noricum was the Latin name for a Celtic kingdom, which in the first century AD became a province of the Roman Empire. Its borders were the Danube on the north, Raetia and Vindelicia on the west, Pannonia on the east and southeast and Italia (Venetia and Histria) on the south. This kingdom had its capital at the royal residence at ...

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TRANSLATING BODILY SENSATION INTO A VISUAL LANGUAGE – The strange bodies of Maria Lassnig

MARIA LASSNIG 1/3 – She was an Austrian artist, known for her theory of body awareness. The starting-point while painting: the only true reality are her feelings, played out within the confines of her body. She, one of the most significant and innovative painters on the contemporary art scene was born in Carinthia in 1919. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/03/carinthias-inner-landscapes/ Her mother gave birth ...

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MARIA LASSNIG (1919/2014), AUSTRIAN PAINTER – The body awareness

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CARINTHIA’S INNER LANDSCAPES

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