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The National Art Gallery (Galería de Arte Nacional; GAN) also known as Gallery of National Art is located in the Plaza Morelos area of Caracas, Venezuela. The museum was founded in 1976 and is housed in a building which was designed in 1935 by Carlos Raúl Villanueva and adjoins the Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. It features works of art of Venezuelan artists spanning some five centuries from the colonial days featuring colonial Caracas and the period of Simón Bolívar.
There are more than 4,000 pieces in its eleven rooms (arranged in a circular layout), with international and Venezuelan art

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Caracas, the National Art Gallery2

  1. 1. 2 http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2225753-caracas2/
  2. 2. The large Plaza de los Museos compound at the Plaza Morales contains two of the best art museums in Caracas - the Museo de Belles Artes (Museum of Fine Arts) and the Galeria de Arte Nacional (National Art Gallery). Together they house a massive collection of Venezuelan art works spanning the full spectrum of periods and styles. In this one site you can browse fine art, modern masters, crafts and folk art from the colonial era to the present day. Outside the museums is a lovely sculpture garden connected to the Parque Los Caobos. Plaza de los Museos
  3. 3. Lorenzo González (1876-1948) La Tempestad
  4. 4. The National Art Gallery (Galería de Arte Nacional; GAN) also known as Gallery of National Art is located in the Plaza Morelos area of Caracas, Venezuela. Opened in May 1976, the museum represents the best of Venezuelan art in its 11 galleries and neo- classical architectural style with natural settings of willow trees and pond. It is a reflection of the creativity of Carlos Raúl Villanueva who had the reputation as the best-known architects of Venezuela.
  5. 5. Lorenzo González (1876-1948) Eva despues del Pecado The museum was founded in 1976 and is housed in a building which was designed in 1935 by Carlos Raúl Villanueva and adjoins the Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas.
  6. 6. Lorenzo González (1876-1948) Eva despues del Pecado Ernest Maragall i Noble (1903-1991) Mujer en reposo
  7. 7. Ernest Maragall i Noble (1903-1991) Mujer en reposo
  8. 8. Callistemon citrinus, also known as Crimson Bottlebrush is a shrub in the family Myrtaceae. It is native to south-eastern Australia
  9. 9. BartoloméAlonsodeCazales(sigloXVIII)Elmaestredecampodon AntonioPachecoyTovar.PrimerCondedeSanXavier,1722 BartoloméAlonsodeCazales(sigloXVIII)TeresaMixaresde SolórzanoyTovar.PrimeraCondesadeSanXavier,1722
  10. 10. Juan Pedro López Caracas, (1724-1787) Nuestra Señora de la Merced, hacia 1767 Antonio Jose Carranza (1817-1893) La Piedad
  11. 11. The museum features works of art of Venezuelan artists spanning some five centuries from the colonial days featuring colonial Caracas and the period of Simón Bolívar There are more than 4,000 pieces in its eleven rooms (arranged in a circular layout), with international and Venezuelan art Emilio Boggio (1857-1920) El bosque. 1918
  12. 12. Emilio Boggio (1857-1920) Bajo los arboles a la orilla del Oise 1910 Le départ pour les champs (La partida hacia el campo)
  13. 13. Emilio Boggio (1857-1920) Fin de jornada. 1912 Alma Llanera (Soul Of The Plains) is a popular Venezuelan Joropo song composed by Pedro Elías Gutiérrez. Alma Llanera is considered as Venezuela's unofficial second national anthem. It is a tradition in Venezuela to end any social reunion or party with the intonation of Alma Llanera.
  14. 14. Emilio Boggio (1857-1920) Paisaje con puente Antonio Edmundo Monsanto (1890-1947) Marina
  15. 15. Anton Goering (1836-1905) Lago de Valencia, 1873
  16. 16. Antonio Edmundo Monsanto (1890- 1947) Iglesia Del Carmen. 1920 Antonio Esteban Frías (1868-1944) Interior
  17. 17. Antonio Esteban Frías (1868- 1944) El corral de ordeño Lorenzo González (1876-1948) La Tempestad
  18. 18. Lorenzo González (1876-1948) La Tempestad
  19. 19. AntonioEstebanFrías(1868-1944) ElBorracho AntonioHerreraToro(1857-1914) RetratodeMujer.1898
  20. 20. AntonioHerreraToro(1857-1914) MargaritaPoleodeChating.1907 AntonioHerreraToro(1857-1914) MartínTovaryTovar,1878
  21. 21. AntonioHerreraToro(1857-1914) Patiointerior.1902 AntonioHerreraToro(1857-1914) RicauterenSanMateo.1883-1889
  22. 22. AntonioHerreraToro(1857-1914) Unagotaderocío,hacia1893
  23. 23. Antonio Herrera Toro (1857-1914) Autoretrato 1880 Antonio Herrera Toro (1857-1914) La muerte de Libertador (1883) Museo Bolivariano, Caracas
  24. 24. Alexander Calder [American Abstract Kinetic Artist, 1898- 1976] La Ciudad, 1960
  25. 25. Beatriz Blanco Transeúnte en el parque Parque del Este Esculturas Calette Delozzane, Lugar del abrazo eterno
  26. 26. Camille Pizarro (1830-1903) RioGuairefabricadeteja.1853Ariero,asnoyniño.1853 Dosmujerescosiendoenun interior.1853. La Pastora, Caracas. 1853.
  27. 27. Camille Pizarro (1830-1903) Almuerzo en el rancho. 1854 Camille Pizarro accompanied the Danish artist Fritz Melbye to Caracas 1853-5, making drawings and watercolours, then moved to Paris in 1855 to study art.
  28. 28. Camille Pizarro (1830-1903) EscenasdelmercadoPaisajedePuentedelaTrinidad. Escenasdelmercado Paisaje de la quebrada Caroata. 1853
  29. 29. Camille Pizarro (1830-1903) Paysage tropical avec masures et palmiers
  30. 30. Carlos Rivero Sanabria (1864-1915) Charles Ventrillon Horber (1889-1977) Cuando se dora El Ávila. 1946
  31. 31. Celestino Martinez (1820-1885) Los cazadores a caballo en la posada 1866
  32. 32. César Rengifo (1915-1980) Paisaje de la esperanza
  33. 33. EmilioMauri(1855-1908) Autoretrato(1887) EmilioMauri(1855-1908) RetratodeIsabelPachanodelaPlaza,(esposadelpintor,1885)
  34. 34. EmilioMauri(1855-1908) GeneralJoaquínCrespodespuésdelabatalladeLaVictoria Lewis Brian Adams (1809-1853) Obispo Juan H. Bosset del Castillo. 1844
  35. 35. Federico Brandt (1878-1932) Interior con muñecas. 1927
  36. 36. Federico Brandt (1878-1932) Paisaje. 1924
  37. 37. Federico Lessman (1826-1886) Vista del Puerto de La Guaira. 1875.
  38. 38. Ferdinand Bellermann (1814-1889) En el Orinoco, hacia 1860
  39. 39. FerdinandBellermann(1814-1889) ElPuertodePuertoCabello.1842
  40. 40. Ferdinand Bellermann (1814-1889) Vista de Cumana desde el viejo castillo. 1843
  41. 41. GustavoLangenbergWinckelmannVistadeMaiquetía,1896
  42. 42. Joseph Thomas Vista de la ciudad de Caracas. 1839
  43. 43. Julián Oñate y Juárez - mujer centauro 1898
  44. 44. Francisco Valdéz (1877-1918) Miseria
  45. 45. Francisco Narváez (1905-1982) Negra de Barlovento
  46. 46. FranciscoNarváez(1905-1982) FranciscoNarváez(1905-1982)
  47. 47. Born in Porlamar ( State of Nueva Esparta, Venezuela), Francisco Narvaez (1905-1982) developed an important artistic work during more than fifty years, creating for first time in the country an own sculptural language, associated to the national roots, yet praising and valuing the beauty of ethnic elements.
  48. 48. Francisco Narváez (1905-1982) Fuente Las Toninas Plaza O´Leary Caracas
  49. 49. Francisco Narváez (1905-1982) Fuente Las Toninas Plaza O´Leary Caracas
  50. 50. Francisco Narváez (1905-1982) Fuente Las Toninas
  51. 51. Francisco Narváez (1905-1982) La Educación
  52. 52. Text & Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Alma Llanera - Juan Diego Florez; Besos en mis Sueños - Augusto BrandtAlma Llanera - Juan Diego Florez; Besos en mis Sueños - Augusto Brandt

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