Anthem Guide to the Art Galleries and Museums of Europe

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Anthem Press
Anthem Press, 2009 - Travel - 603 pages
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Explore the vast history and great artworks of Europe! This guide is a unique resource for art lovers and tourists alike. Selected on the basis of international reputation, architectural appeal, historical and cultural significance and the quality of the collections, Europe's foremost art galleries and museums are presented here in a comprehensive, accessible and attractive collection.

Beautifully illustrated throughout, offering concise venue descriptions, directions and historical information, 'Anthem Guide to the Art Galleries and Museums of Europe' is essential reading for holidaymakers with a passion for culture. The Guide also includes up-to-date information on everything from ticket prices to special events and from dining opportunities to disabled access, this helpful guide caters for a variety of enthusiasts - from serious collectors to students on a budget.

This Guide features a foreword by Olivia Petrides, who teaches painting, drawing and visual communication at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has extensively exhibited her own work. She has won both the Fulbright Research Award and American-Scandinavian Society Research Award, and has held residencies in Vermont, Virginia and the Fremont Islands.

 

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Contents

Bregenz
2
Salzburg
10
BELGIUM
43
Liege
49
Copenhagen
60
Tallinn
68
Helsinki
76
Nice
109
Leeds
307
London
314
Bergamo
399
Turin
441
289
462
Skopje
470
Otterlo
492
Ulster
499

Rouen
141
Toulouse
149
GERMANY
157
Cologne
184
Dresden
194
Dusseldorf
202
Essen
213
Halle
220
Hanover
229
Kassel
236
Neuss
254
Oldenberg
262
Birmingham
277
Cardiff
287
Glasgow
297
POLAN D
510
382
515
Lisbon
518
Bucharest
524
St Petersburg
530
Bratislava
536
47o Bilbao
544
Madrid
551
Seville
563
Basel
580
St Gallen
587
PHOTO CREDITS
597
399
599
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Olivia Petrides teaches painting, drawing and visual communication at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has extensively exhibited her own work. She has won both the Fulbright Research Award and American-Scandinavian society research award, and held residencies in Vermont, Virginia and the Fremont Islands.

 

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