Category: Art & Travel

Sculpture Garden, Museum Pau Casals, El Vendrell

A Genius Idea

The unique artistry of Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Gaudí and Pablo Casals took inspiration from the landscape far south of Barcelona, inspiring art and gastronomic adventures in Catalonia’s ‘Landscape of Geniuses’.

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Altared images

The Belgian city of Gent is celebrating the restoration of the most famous artwork by one of the greatest Flemish Masters. The Fine Arts Museum

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Made in Marseille

This sweeping view shows MUCEM in the foreground with its footbridge to Fort St Jean, while the harbour entrance behind is overlooked by the Notre-Dame

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Cezanne Country

Home to the artist Picasso that called “the father of us all”, Aix-en-Province celebrates its famous son with a number of landmarks, while a clutch

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Art in Arles

From Greek trading post to Roman colony to early Christian metropolis to rich agricultural centre from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance to the capital

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“The World’s Stage”

“Welcome to Salzburg, birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.” The flight attendant’s announcement left no doubt as to whose town this was, as the aircraft touched

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Van Gogh Comes Home

Towns across the southern Dutch province of Brabant, where Vincent Van Gogh was born, have joined forces in a new programme entitled Van Gogh Brabant

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Bavarian Rhapsody

ORIENTATION Germany’s third largest after Berlin and Hamburg, Munich has been voted the one most Germans would prefer to live in. An extensive, Italian-influenced building

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STAIRWAY TO HAFEN

With its Art Mile linking some of Germany’s top art galleries and the spectacular new HafenCity, Hamburg is emerging as a great cultural city break

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Madrid’s Magic Mile

Madrid boasts an art walk par excellence in the Paseo del Arte, which links three world class art museums barely ten minutes from one another

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Discover Düsseldorf

Not unlike Cologne some 40-odd kilometres up the Rhine, the glamour days of the Düsseldorf art scene were in the 1970s and ’80s. Like its

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The Ludwig Museum is directly behind Cologne’s famous Gothic cathedral, Germany’s most popular visitor attraction.qThe Ludwig Museum is directly behind Cologne’s famous Gothic cathedral, Germany’s most popular visitor attraction.

Cologne-ialism

COLOGNE Cologne is best known for its soaring Gothic cathedral, a World Heritage Site and Germany’s most popular attraction with 6.5 million visitors a year.

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