Pinsteps.

At the Monet exhibition, my attention was attracted by a picture that I remember from Parfenov’s film “The Eye of God”. There it was about Russian collectors, paintings that became the property of the Russian museum. One of the paintings shows a pink mist, through which the outlines of Westminster Abbey are barely visible and gulls flash in white light in the sun. I remember this picture very well with my mood. In Albertina, I was very surprised to see a few more next to this picture, written from the same place only at different times under different lighting. These paintings were brought from various museums from Paris to Boston. It was in this vein that the exhibition was composed - different pictures of one author about the same thing. In one of the halls hung a picture of his wife Monet. She was depicted passing by the windows of the hall of their house. Immediately I remembered the plot from the film Parfenov, which said that this house was able to acquire Monet for the purchase of one of his paintings by Schukin. Translated with Google Translate


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Здравствуйте! Добро пожаловать в мои экскурсии! Я как-то понял, что погулять с каждым я не успею, гулять в группах мало кому сейчас хочется, а гулять «вслепую» быстро становится скучно. Так и появилась идея записывать маршруты и создавать полноценные путеводители, которые я здесь собираю. Если вы попали сюда, значит вам нужен ключик, чтобы открыть маршрут – пожалуйста! Напишите мне сообщение на телефон +972 537907561 или на epraisman@gmail.com и я с радостью вам помогу! Иначе, зачем я всё это делаю?
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From Stephansplatz to Albertina and surroundings. My trip in Vienna of Sep 25, 2018.

From Stephansplatz across the ancient Karntrashtrasse to the Albertina Gallery. In Albertina, there was an exhibition of Monet, when the works of this artist were brought from different museums of the world and exhibited together, representing the same places at different times of the year or at different times of the day. And the walk on the square of the old market ended, with the funny story of Mark Twain. Translated with Google Translate

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