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Offbeat Rennes. Who are the Astonishing donors of the Musée des Beaux-arts?

14:05  09 august  2020
14:05  09 august  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The Museum of Fine Arts of Rennes ((in French) Musée des beaux - arts de Rennes ) is a municipal museum of fine arts in the French city of Rennes , the capital of Brittany. Its collections range from ancient Egypt antiquities to the Modern art period and make the museum one of the most important in

‘ Musee des Beaux Arts ,’ or ‘Museum of Fine Arts,’ by W.H. Auden is a free verse poem which is separated into two parts, or stanzas. The poem begins with the speaker stating that the “Old Masters” who were responsible for the art he was looking at, knew struggle well.

Le musée des Beaux-arts met en valeur les œuvres acquises grâce aux donateurs. © Ouest-France The Musée des Beaux-arts showcases works acquired thanks to donors.

Drawings, engravings, paintings ... The Museum of Fine Arts presents, throughout the summer, works that have entered the collection thanks to donations from collectors, artists and gallery owners.

Perpetual movement

The Musée des Beaux-Arts is regularly approached by donors who wish to donate a work. “These last ten years, that represents half of the acquisitions of the museum, underlines Jean-Roch Bouiller, director of the museum. It's a perpetual motion. A museum whose collections were closed would be a dead museum. »

A demanding commission

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“ Musée des Beaux Arts ” is one poem which captures Auden’s increased awareness of Christianity. The poem hints at Auden’s involvement in the The subject position of the Musée has apparently been framed by the Old Masters, who (like Auden) see but are not seen. But the Old Masters

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With its exhibition Astonishing donors, the museum pays tribute to these collectors, but also to the society of Friends of the Museum of Fine Arts who help to enrich the collections. Donation is not done like this: "The work must have meaning in relation to the collection. Its reception passes before a commission chaired by the Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs (Drac), very demanding on the quality of the work and its place in the history of art, because registering a work in a collection is for life. »

Les dessins de Lemordant et Camille Godet tous les deux bretons. © Ouest-France Drawings by Lemordant and Camille Godet, both Bretons.

Artists born in Brittany

The public can discover drawings by Camille Godet, Lemordant. "It's a way of making visible the work of artists born in Brittany" , paintings, engravings, some of which have joined the collection of ancient art. "These are sometimes works that collectors have found and released out of anonymity. "

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“ Musée des Beaux Arts ,” which is French for “museum of fine arts,” is a poem about the universal indifference to human misfortune. Following a series of reflections on how inattentive most people are to the sufferings of others, the poet focuses on a particular rendition of his theme: a sixteenth century

" Musée des Beaux Arts " is an especially great example of his work, though, which is why we ' re sharing it with you today. He was in good company. Pretty much everybody who was anybody in British literary circles tried to drive ambulances or shoot bullets or wrap bandages on behalf of the

There is the Saint-Matthieu by Jusepe de Ribera, given by Michel Laclotte, first president and director of the Louvre, a great figure in the museum world, from Saint-Malo by origin. He also gave a series of drawings "bought over a lifetime, and which have great historical value" , explains Guillaume Kazerouni, in charge of old collections at the museum.

Geometric abstraction

The museum also presents the acquisitions of the Friends of the museum company, "which made geometric abstraction even more visible, but also figuration through different generations of artists", explains Laurence Imbernon , curator of contemporary art collections.

Deux toiles de Mariano Otero. © Ouest-France Two paintings by Mariano Otero.

With a drawing by Aurélie Nemours made in 1943, engravings by Gérard Traquandi, works by Loïc Le Groumellec which refer to cave works.

Eclecticism

The museum also presents three works by Clotilde Vautier, painter from Rennes, who died of a clandestine abortion, and two works by Mariano Otero, who died on July 9, 2019, a portrait of her sister Isabel and a self-portrait in pastel.

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The Musée des beaux - arts de Troyes (officially known as the musée Saint-Loup) is one of the two main art and archaeology museums in Troyes, France - the other is the Musée d'art moderne de Troyes. From 1831 it has been housed in the former Abbey of Saint Loup.

Pretty, pretty people. With all of that good stuff around, who 's going to notice when something bad is going on a few feet away? Thinking about all the surroundings in Brueghel's painting leads him to free-think a bit about all of the ways that suffering is surrounded by the hustle and bustle of everyday

Also see an engraving by the artist Maya Mémin, engravings by Enrique Zañartu, whose master, Stanley William Hayter, will be the subject of an exhibition in February 2021.

Les macintoshages de Raymond Hains © Ouest-France Les macintoshages de Raymond Hains

We also discover pastels on paper by Guillaume Pinard , watercolors on paper by Thomas Huber , a work by Nathanaëlle Herbelin, an abstract painting by Dominique Blais, made with bitumen pigment from Judea mixed with powder of 'gold.

The end of the exhibition highlights a set of thirteen Macintoshages by Raymond Hains , a major 20th century artist who enjoys playing with random encounters, images, puns and puns.

Until August 31, Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Musée des Beaux-arts, quai Emile-Zola. Free.

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