I write you the links on Café Guerbois that I read about it
(link that reassures about this)
It is a fantastic trhead (and thanks for the links to the past years that I will like to recover) very interesting, I haven't been to an exhibition for a long time, actually it happened to me on a few occasions, I'm sorry.
I don't think it's the same thing, (maybe I'm off topic, in that case I apologize) but one of the last films I saw at the cinema was Loving Vincent, a beautiful film, animated in the style of Vincent, his paintings that come to life. (the animations were done by hand, they are painted, if I understood correctly about half of the film is shot like this, this images alternate perhaps with flashbacks filmed in another way, I believe with the actors in flesh bones that act however the shot is edited because the effect is similar to that of the paintings also in these scenes)
From IMDb: "In a story depicted in oil painted animation, Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist." "
If it happens to you if you haven't seen it before, I can recommend it, I think you'll like it, but I think it's interesting, especially the bill, the animations make it an experiment, a movie I loved to see,
The last thing I saw in the art world is always a Cézanne movie - Portraits of a Life, it's a documentary about an exhibition about his portraits of people, I think this one also came out in some cinemas but I don't know the spread and the period, a year ago or 2 I believe, I saw it at home, interesting, it will have been a good show, it will be because I believe it has moved to other cities and nations, the assumption and that Cezanne's exhibitions are often centered on his still lifes which are his trademark,
the film, instead, talks about the exhibition of portraits by Cézanne (which are many and were collected for this exhibition), initially inaugurated at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris in 2017.
In reality Lately I had learned of an exhibition and I had thought of going there which was a couple of hours from me and was on Rembrandt (i love Rembrandt), on Rembrandt's engravings, they exhibited 30 of his engravings.
a greeting, good Sunday