5 reasons why you should have our exhibition books; From Monet to Kandinsky, Italian Renaissance and Something Nouveau


1. Take this opportunity of self-isolation at home to get some reading which you never had time to do! 

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Set 1 Something Nouveau + Italian Renaissance @ 550 THB

Set 2 Something Nouveau + From Monet to Kandinsky @ 550 THB

Set 3 Italian Renaissance + From Monet to Kandinsky @ 450 THB

Set 4 Something Nouveau + Italian Renaissance + From Monet to Kandinsky @ 700 THB

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2. From Monet to Kandinsky exhibition book is a modern art history in a nutshell. Delve into the world of Impressionism to Avant-Garde summarized in a chronological order. Hundreds of pages containing texts with well-illustrated images of selected masterpieces by 16 influential artists such as Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Vincent Van Gogh, Modigliani, Gustav Klimt, Wassily Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich. They were all modernist prominent at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. The story started with Impression Sunrise (1872) by Claude Monet and history went on until Kazimir Malevich’s famous Black Square (1915), a simple black geometric form on a white background regarded as one of the breakthroughs in the history of art. Well, let’s read on.

3. Discover who was the first to do “Photoshop” in the Renaissance period among the four Italian masters, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, Botticelli, and Michelangelo? This master favored idealistic beauty over realistic portrayals by beautifying his models’ posture and posing them in such positions that would be impossible in real life. The answer is in our Italian Renaissance exhibition book! 

4.  Gustav Klimt is a distinguished artist of Art Nouveau. He created assorted works but let’s find out which painting he considered as an award among his greatest life achievements. Grab Something Nouveau exhibition book and we’re happy to extend this exhibition for art lovers until May.

5. #Artcanhealyoursoul

There is psychological evidence that art can heal your soul, pioneered in 1940’s by the British artist Edward Adamson, who’s also known as “Father of Art Therapy” (source: www.thepsychologist.org.uk).

Now, it’s the right time to have some awesome art books! You would understand and appreciate art more when you’re knowledgeable. Alternatively, why not create some new pieces of art during this self-isolation at home? We strongly believe that life, thoughts, and works of the world’s famous artists will inspire you amid these challenging situations. "There is always hope, as long as the canvases are empty." said Gustav Klimt.

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