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Hand-painted movie tickets to watch “The Power of Art – Rembrandt” series for free

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Hand-painted movie tickets to watch “The Power of Art – Rembrandt” series for free

Hand-painted movie tickets to watch “The Power of Art – Rembrandt” series for free

2022-06-18 20:06:43Source: Xi’an News Network

From June to July 29, the Xi’an Art Museum will hold an art cinema film screening every Friday at 3 pm. Play the BBC’s annual “Power of Art” series of documentaries, introducing the life biographies of European masters of Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Bernini, Picasso, Van Gogh and their masterpieces, as long as you hand-paint a film Visitors who participate in the hand-painted movie ticket activity can watch the exhibition for free.

The eight-episode documentary “The Power of Art” features Caravaggio, Bernini, Rembrandt, Jacques, Turner, Van Gogh, Picasso and Ross under the unique and personal narrative of host Simon Schama. The lives of these eight artists are narrated in detail, introducing the unique creative styles and distinctive personalities of the eight masters, recreating the creative process, and telling the gripping stories of artistic creation.

A few days ago, the film screening of “The Power of Art – Rembrandt, the Master of Painting” was successfully held at the Xi’an Art Museum. This film introduces one of the greatest European painters of the 17th century: Rembrandt Harmansson van Rijn in the form of a documentary screening. His paintings have a wide range of genres and are good at various fields. He created more than 600 oil paintings, more than 300 etched prints and more than 2,000 sketches in his lifetime, as well as more than 100 self-portraits. Almost all his family members have appeared in his paintings, One of the greatest painters in Dutch history.

According to art historian Simon Sharma, Rembrandt is the greatest artist of all time. In the years before his death, Rembrandt was still searching for a new artistic language – depicting the joy and pain of aging. Rembrandt’s aging did not diminish his creativity, and in the last years of his life even condensed new creative energy. His later life was a dislocated one, suffering from illness, poverty and the loss of a loved one. But in this pain, he still created beautiful and delicate works. Though regarded by the society of the time as unattractive and even bizarre, his final work is full of passion, innovation and deep self-reflection.

At 3:00 pm on June 24th, the movie “The Power of Art – Bernini” will be played at the Xi’an Art Museum. As long as you hand-paint a movie ticket, you can enter the museum for free to watch the movie.

Text/Picture: Li Zhiyu, an intern of the All-Media Reporter of Xi’an Newspaper Industry

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