Online Original and Modern Art Gallery

Perhaps as a child, your parents took you to an art gallery as an outing. You were amazed and a little bit awed by the range of the art depicted. So much of it seemed unintelligible to you and the parts that didn’t delighted you, but the experience was overwhelming. As an adult with the option of buying a piece of art yourself, this awe of the artistic world will stand you in good stead. But now, since you reached adulthood, the responsibilities of adulthood are not those of a child.

Now, you have to work and provide for your family and time spent as a child in reading or simply inviting your soul to enjoy art is extremely limited. That is where an online modern art gallery comes in. With the ease of the internet, a website is more than an art gallery: it is a design school, a chance to interact via email or comments with the artist himself, and a website changes the more onerous aspects of making a purchase of art, such as arranging for packing and shipping and actually paying for the purchase, a mere click away. How different than it seemed to you as a child!

Nowadays, you can choose the painting you like, place it in a setting similar to your own living room or kitchen or bedroom, and see for yourself how the effect looks. Some people even like to go further, and choose not from a finished painting, but commission a piece of art themselves, perhaps sending a photograph of the setting that they want to enhance. The artist, using these guidelines, constructs a painting scheme and confers with you, you approve and the work begins. The artist considers your color scheme, the subject and the size of the desired painting and using all these criteria, within a week or two he has brought your idea to vivid life. What a marvelous way to do business!

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A Succinct Guide to Paris Modern Art Museums

A lot of Paris travelers take it for granted that there is only one existing contemporary art museum in the city. But as a matter of fact, there are a bunch of spots in Paris exhibiting modern artworks. There are two major museums you can visit which are known as modern museums.

The Palace of Modern Art is but a portion of a large palace in 11 Avenue du President Wilson named after Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States during the First World War. It is the first of the two modern art museums found in Paris. You can reach to this Modern Art Museum using the metro system. Stop on either Alma Marceau or Iena and walk a few meters to the Palace of Modern Art.

The Palace showcases artworks depicting every school of art in France in the 20th century. Among these are Cubism, Dada, Expressionism and Fauvism. Among the French modern artists highlighted in Palace museum are Duffy, Modigliani, Soutine, Braque and Picasso.

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