Friday, 13 April 2007

Guggenheim Museum

Do you remember Jerry and Sue in New York? They went to the Guggenheim Museum and they thought it was incredible.
Originally uploaded by max_pack.

The museum really has an incredible collection and you can see some of its paintings online.

You can choose works sorted by artist, title of work, date, movement, medium, or concept. You can even read short biographies.

Originally uploaded by missdju.

My favourite painters in the online collection: Chagall, Kandinsky and Miró.

Have a look at some of them. Do you have a favourite painter?

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Anonymous said...

I listen about de Guggenheim Musseum, my mother went to New york years ago and i think she visted this (Guggenheim New york) and the Guggenheim of Venecia. I like the painting. 7 years ago I went to barselona and I visted the Miro's Museum, is "contemporaneo"

My mothers likes the puzzles, she has one of the Guggenheim Musseum, it's really good because the pieces doesn't are normal, has form with a pencil, or a paint brush.
I like work on that jogsaw puzzle.


Anonymous said...

hi! I'm Gabriela (mother of Francisca Navarro). great blog! ask Fran to upload the pictures SHE took of ME at the Guggenheim when she was 3 years old :-)

Ana said...

I don´t like very much paintings. I think that this is because when I was 11 years old I went to Spain and every day I visited museums with my family. I hated that, it was very boring for me and for my sister.
On this trip, I visited a museum which had paintings of Miró and this one was the only painter that I really like at that moment. (Also, I prefer his paintings now)

María Gabriela Sellart said...

Ana, I don't really know which Ana you are. I have three students called Ana.
Anyway, I agree with you. Too much of anything is always boring.

Ana said...

jajaja I published that comment.
Ana O (of the school p)

maitena said...

hello gabriela! how are you? I´m fine.
My favorite painter is Dali. I went to my family Dali´s home. It is
beauteful and very interesting.

Gabriela Sellart said...

Something strange happens to me with Dali: I don't know whether I like him or not.
I certainly admire him, but there's something (that I cannot define) that stops me from really loving his work.
Believe or not, one of his paintings once entered my dreams.