Lo Studio Peritale Verdi Demma, consulenza per Perizie Legali d’Arte e Diagnostica con tecnologia mobile, in questa pagina vuole essere un riferimento, per far conoscere tutte le Opere che sono visibili negli Spazi Espositivi sparsi per il Mondo.
Europe AUSTRIA – Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna Renaissance and Baroque paintings from Italy, France, the Netherlands, Spain and Germany. BELGIUM – Museum of Modern Art CZECH REPUBLIC – National Gallery of Prague Click on “Permanent Exhibitions” or “Exhibitions”. DENMARK – Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Modern international art, from the 1960s to the 1980s. DENMARK – National Gallery of Art Danish art from the 14th century to the present day, and modern art by other European artists. FRANCE – Louvre Museum Many art collections, including European paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries. (Scroll down and select a department, then scroll down and click on the “Highlights” tab.) FRANCE – Musée d’Orsay Large collection of 19th-century paintings, especially French Impressionist works. FRANCE – Pompidou Centre Houses the National Museum of Modern Art and offers temporary exhibitions. GERMANY – Alte Nationalgalerie 19th-century art, including work by German artists and European Impressionists. GERMANY – Bauhaus-Archiv Reveals the history of the Bauhaus through works of art, photos and documents. IRELAND – National Museum of Ireland Paintings from the 14th to 20th centuries by Irish, Italian, French, Dutch and British artists. IRELAND – Irish Museum of Modern Art Works by 20th-century Irish and non-Irish artists. ITALY – Peggy Guggenheim Collection European and American art from the first half of the 20th century. ITALY – Uffizi Gallery Western European paintings from the 13th to 18th centuries, especially Italian Renaissance artists. ITALY – Vatican Museums Includes the papal apartments (with frescoes by Raphael and Botticcelli) and the Sistine Chapel. Explore “Sections” or “Exhibitions”. POLAND – National Museum in Warsaw Art collections from the European schools, with nine rooms of Polish art. Explore “Sections” or “Exhibitions”. RUSSIA – The State Hermitage Museum Art throughout the ages, including Western European art from the 13th to 20th centuries. SPAIN – Guggenheim Museum Bilbao 20th-century and contemporary European art. SPAIN – Prado Museum Art from the 12th to 20th centuries, especially paintings by Goya and other Spanish and Italian artists. Also houses Picasso’s Guernica. SWITZERLAND – Kunstmuseum Bern 14th century Italian painting, Swiss art since the 15th century and international paintings from the 19th and early 20th century. THE NETHERLANDS – Rijksmuseum Paintings from the 15th to 19th centuries, mainly Dutch but some foreign artists too. THE NETHERLANDS – Van Gogh Museum The largest collection of van Gogh paintings in the world, plus works by other 19th century artists. (Select “English” from the Change language drop down menu.)
North America CANADA – Art Gallery of Ontario CANADA – Montreal Museum of Fine Art Canadian, Inuit, Amerindian and European art, including Renaissance, Baroque and Impressionist works. CANADA – National Gallery of Canada Canadian, Inuit, American and European art, from 1100 to the 1960s. USA – Boston Museum of Fine Arts International art through the centuries, in particular American and Impressionist paintings. USA – Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Contains one of the world’s largest collections of modern paintings and sculptures. USA – National Gallery of Art, Washington American and Western European art, from Giotto and Veneziano to Warhol and Lichtenstein. USA – Philadelphia Museum of Art Large collections of European and American art. USA – The Metropolitan Museum of Art International art through the centuries, including many paintings. USA – The Art Institute of Chicago Click on “Contemporary” or “Modern” in the menu on the left. USA – Guggenheim Museum Visit the Guggenheim in New York, Bilbao, Venice or Berlin. (On foreign language websites, look for the link to change the language to English.)
United Kingdom England – National Gallery, London A large collection of Western European paintings, from 1250 to 1900. England – The Walker, Liverpool Western European painting, including early Italian and Dutch paintings, Pre-Raphaelite art and major 20th-century works. England – The Tate galleries Four galleries house the national collection of British art, 16th century to present day, and the national collection of international modern art. Scotland – National Galleries of Scotland Three galleries in Edinburgh, the Scottish National Gallery, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Wales – National Museum of Art, Cardiff Documents five hundred years of art in Wales and across the world, and has a major collection of British and European art. Northern Ireland – Ulster Museum Art Collection Modern Art Galleries Museum of Modern Art, New York San Francisco Museum of Modern Art The Art Institute of Chicago Click on “Contemporary” or “Modern” in the menu on the left. The National Gallery of Art, Washington Take online tours of modern and contemporary painting and sculpture at the NGA Washington. Guggenheim Museum Visit the Guggenheim in New York, Bilbao, Venice or Berlin. (On foreign language websites, look for the link to change the language to English.) Tate Galleries, UK Explore the Tate Modern collection in London, UK. The Saatchi Gallery, London Pompidou Centre, Paris