Artist Pablo Picasso was born in Spain in the family of art historian Jose Ruiz in 1881. At age 13, Picasso entered the Barcelona Academy of Arts, then - at the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. After graduation, Pablo Picasso moved to Paris. It was in France that the Spanish artist wrote his best works.
For tourists arriving in Verona, the first thing I want to do is visit a museum called "Juliet's House." The house in which the museum has been located for more than 700 years, and it became the "House of Juliet" only in the 20th century. This is the same house in which the Capello family lived (Shakespeare gave them the name Capulet), and which is described in great detail in Shakespeare's work.
This museum, without exaggeration, is one of the man-made wonders of Europe. And this is not quite an ordinary museum - here you can pick up the exhibits and take a closer look, among them there are working copies. The "visiting card" of the technical museum is visible from afar - one of the legendary S-47 Douglas Skytrain aircraft was hoisted over the roof of a five-story glass building, in 1948, which supplied West Berlin blocked by Soviet troops.
In Ra Mor - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. 55.1x46 After staying in a psychiatric clinic in Neuilly in early 1899, Toulouse-Lautrec leaves with his mother in the family estate of Malrom in southern France. His health condition is deteriorating, but after returning to Paris in October of that year, he starts drinking again.
The history of this museum began in the early 60s. As a result of the active work of UNESCO and the financial participation of European countries, numerous expeditions in a relatively short time were able to not only discover, but also transport hundreds of thousands of invaluable evidence of the history and culture of ancient Nubia to a safe place.
Birth of Venus - Sandro Botticelli. 172.5x278.5 The Birth of Venus, as well as Spring, the artist wrote for Lorenzo di Pierfranchesko Medici. Botticelli could have found the myth from the ancient authors or its conversion from the poet Angelo Poliziano, who worked in the courtyard. Venus, standing in the sink, swims, urged by Zephyr and Chlorida, and Ora, one of the goddess’s companions, who holds the bedspread to meet her, to envelop her.