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anjaleck wrote:

12-14-2014 Pittencrieff House Museum, Dunfermline, Fife, UK

12-14-2014 State Vladimir-Suzdal Historical Architecture and Art Museum-Reserve, Vladimir Oblast, Russian Federation

12-14-2014 North Down Museum, Bangor Castle, Bangor, Down, UK

12-14-2014 Rotherham Art Gallery, Rotherham, Yorkshire, UK

12-14-2014 Newton Abbot Town & GWR Museum, Newton Abbot, UK

12-14-2014 Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley, West Yorkshire, UK

Hope you're having a great day when you see this.  Also would like to wish you a lovely Christmas holiday.  I will be leaving this coming up Saturday to go home for the holidays.
Thanks, Josselin!

Pittencrieff House Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3175

State Vladimir-Suzdal Historical Architecture and Art Museum-Reserve: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3184

North Down Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3183

Rotherham Art Gallery: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3181

Newton Abbot Town & Great Western Railway Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3177

Cliffe Castle Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3176


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Ca' Rezzonico - Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia:
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=758 (correct)

Just to say that Gauermann's works have fetched decent prices at auction. Take a look at the website of Christie's and the Dorotheum:
http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/sear … mit=Search
https://www.dorotheum.com/en/mydorotheu … language=1


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Ostankino Palace: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3129

Samara Regional Art Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3132

Rossendale Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3133

Tropinin and Contemporary Moscow Artists Museum: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3134


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anjaleck wrote:


Oops.  Sorry about too many posts.  I will try to do better in the future and will combine the museums.

I'm having some trouble on the Estonian museums.  The website lists the museums and has a digital collection.  I found the painting by Arkhipov, but the listing doesn't say which of the museums it is in.  Based on the description of the individual museums I found on the site, the painting should be in the Kadrioru Museum, but I cannot seem to find confirmation of this.  How do you think I should handle this?

Thank you!

Yes, allocate artworks according to the descriptions I wrote.


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anjaleck wrote:

Gee, I seem to be running into them tonight.

Art Museum of Estonia (Eesti Kunstimuuseum), Tallinn, Republic of Estonia

Thank you, Josselin!

It's not a real museum, just the name of the governing body that rules several museums in Tallinn.
These museums are:
- Kadriorg Art Museum (Western art). Already created here: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=2931
- Kumu Art Museum (Estonian art).
- Niguliste Museum (ecclesiastical art).
- Mikkel Museum (ceramics).
- Adamson-Eric Museum (artis's museum).

PS: Try to put all the museums in one post. You can modify a post by clicking on the edit button on the bottom right.


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anjaleck wrote:


Chuvash State Art Museum, Cheboksary, Russian Federation.

Thanks again!



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anjaleck wrote:


Kozmodemyansk Cultural History Museum Complex, Kozmodemyansk, Mari El Republic, Russia

Not totally sure about the correctness of this one.  I found the address on a trip adviser page.  The official website is in Russian:
Thank you.



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anjaleck wrote:

You're going to get sick of me! smile

The Kramskoy Museum of Fine Arts in Voronezh

I found this website: http://www.russianmuseums.info/W712 and this one: http://www.russianmuseums.info/M1479



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anjaleck wrote:

Well, gee, here's another:

Bryanski Regional Art Museum, Bryansk Region, Russia

If Googled, a map comes up, but I can't find an official site.



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That was unusual - I don't expect to go there in the next few months. big_smile


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Ok, je l'ai trouvé et remplacé. Hésite pas à poster les doublons dans le thread que j'ai indiqué. Tu peux aussi m'envoyer un MP (clique sur mon nom).

Je suis pas un spécialiste des avant-gardes - plutôt les Old Masters pour moi. ;-)


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Le lien ne marche pas (il s'agit sans doute d'une URL dynamique), peux-tu me dire la marche à suivre via Google - où le nom du musée ?


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Smaragdine wrote:

et celle qui me semble juste :
Je n'ai pas pu mettre deux liens en même temps sad

Ok, tu as donc vu un doublon (spotted a duplicate).
Il y a un thread spécial ici: http://www.the-athenaeum.org/forum/view … p?pid=2065

Dernière chose, comment tu sais que cette oeuvre est de Pierce et pas de Sérusier ?


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Smaragdine wrote:

Hello all,
I am new to your site, and I apologize for my English sad
(I use a lot GoogleTraduction)
It seems to me that there is a "mistake" award at the site for a painting by Charles Sprague Pearce. It appears in the works of Paul Sérusier !!?
I think this picture is Charles Sprague Pearce and not of Paul Sérusier;) smile … f3e1d82e64
What do you think? Best Regards

Edit : I have not been able to find where to ask this question ... please help me to guide me !!

Salut Smaragdine,
Tu peux donner le lien de l'image en question?


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Bibliothèque royale de Belgique:
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=3022  (best one)

National Gallery of Scotland:
http://www.the-athenaeum.org/sources/detail.php?id=149 (correct)

Hello Anjaleck,
You have to go on the artist's page, then click on the second tab "art" at the bottom of the page, then click on "Add more!".


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The "Displaying all exhibitions" page doesn't work when sorted by year.

It's impossible to add an exhibition to a museum without artwork.

Hello cecilee.stein,

Most of Lhermitte's works are sold between $5K-80K, but they sometimes reach $100K. Last year, a Portrait of a Goose Girl was sold for $500K at Christie's.

You can only post one image per post, create new ones to upload the full image.


It seems related to break hours in the Eastern Standard Time zone, at 12-1PM and about 6PM.

The website audience has grown faster than the capacity of the server.


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List of the movements that are worth adding:
- Gothic
- Flemish Baroque (Rubens, Brueghels, Snyders, Teniers...)
- The Troubadours (French Romantic group, focusing on French history): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troubadour_style
- Biedermeier
- Danish Golden Age (1800-50)


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kkvk wrote:
Josselin wrote:

Contrary to the Hudson River School, the Dusseldorf School doesn't seem to have a real unity.

I thought a little bit about this and i think you are right that its not a homogenous, narrow body as the Nazarene or the Hudson River School. It was famous for it exquisite and detail drawings and finished paintings. But it is not only landscape painting. History (not the idealistic, classical style) or social genre are very important too.
The Dusseldorfer School is more like a trademark, as the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

A good overview you can find at  <a href="http://www.kettererkunst.com/dict/painting-school-of-dusseldorf.shtml">Kettler</a>

Maybe we need not only the movement-selection, but also a marker for these schools. In germany the Weimar School, the Munich(Piloty)-School, the Berlin School, the Dusseldorfer School and so on.

Another thing that would be useful in my opinion, are categories for the typical kind of pictures an artist made. If he is mainly a landscape-, history- or portrait painter for example.

Yes I agree with the genre categories (portrait, landscape, still life, history/mythology, genre scene).

For the movements, I think the Biedermeier style would be a better candidate for addition, albeit it looks more significant in the arts and crafts, and design. From what I know, it was a negation of Romanticism (realist genre scenes and portraits used as decorative features).


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kkvk wrote:

I see you list the Hudson River School as a movement, then there is the 'Düsseldorf school of painting' missing.

Hi Michael,

Contrary to the Hudson River School, the Dusseldorf School doesn't seem to have a real unity. From what I see, it just regroups all the German landscape painters of the 19th century. If you can provide a more detailed source of information on the subject than its Wikipedia page, I'd be happy to support the creation of this new movement. On the same period, we also have a movement called "realism" which I don't really see what it encompasses.
Movement affiliation is frequently difficult to attribute and I prefer to leave it aside when I'm not sure. Not every artist can be linked with a movement anyway.


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This artwork is "lost" in the website because it isn't linked with an artist. Google image can't find it.


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Perhaps you should add the artist birth dates in the dropdown menus in order to distinguish homonyms in this list.
For example, I cleaned the artworks linked with both Samuel Colman as there were a lot of confusion between them.