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|Collection||Modern art paintings and sculptures|
The Museum of Art (MOA) is a Lovian modern art museum located in Bayside, Noble City. It has an art collection consisting of paintings from the late 19th and the 20th and 21st century. It has a total of over 12,000 artworks of which the collection of Rene Magritte paintings is most notable. Besides general modern art the museum has some halls that focus on Cubism with artists like Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. The building in which the museum resides was designed by Adams and Fletcher architecture firm in 1999. The Museum of Art is one of the most prestigious and renown art galleries in Lovia.
Pop-art is also well presented. The museum has an extensive collection of paintings by Andy Warhol, as well as notable other Pop-art artists, such as Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Haring. One of the most impressive halls is the Kazimir Malevich Hall, dedicated to Malevich's Suprematist paintings.
- 1 The Collection
- 2 Antiquities Museum
- 3 West Wing
- 4 Partnerships
The Collection[edit | edit source]
The Masters Hall[edit | edit source]
The Masters Hall has the top paintings of the collection. The pieces are from the 19th and early 20th century.
John William Waterhouse Hall[edit | edit source]
The John William Waterhouse Hall has some of the top paintings of the painter it is named after.
Ramsley Hall[edit | edit source]
The Ramsley Hall contains cubist artworks of the early 20th century artworks, among them several Dali's.
Modern Art Hall[edit | edit source]
Piet Mondriaan Hall[edit | edit source]
The Piet Mandriaan Hall contains paintings by the artist it is named after, Piet Mondriaan.
Salon Rene Magritte[edit | edit source]
The Salon Rene Magritte is a hall dedicated to the Works of 20th century painter Rene Magritte. This is the most popular gallery in the museum, and over 80,000 people come here annually to see his works, especially La trahison des images.
The Quebec Room[edit | edit source]
The Quebec Room contains only one painting: The Death of General Wolfe by Benjamin West, painted in 1775. It is depicting the final moments of British General James Wolfe during the 1759 Battle of Quebec of the Seven Years' War. It is an oil on canvas of the Neoclassical period. West made an additional and nearly identical painting of the same scene for King George IIIin 1771.
Marcel Duchamp Hall[edit | edit source]
The Marcel Duchamp Hall contains a collection of sculptures, most notably made by the dadaist artist Marcel Duchamp.
Salon Militaire[edit | edit source]
The Salon Militaire is dedicated to wartime art and propaganda.
The Pop Hall[edit | edit source]
The Pop Hall is a collection of pop art works.
Andy Warhol Hall[edit | edit source]
Kazimir Malevich Hall[edit | edit source]
Sculptures Gallery[edit | edit source]
The Sculpture Gallery is a collection of sculptures in the museum and the gardens.
Antiquities Museum[edit | edit source]
The Antiquities Museum is an extension of the Museum of Art. It houses ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman artefacts, and has an extensive medieval collection. It also has antique art paintings.
West Wing[edit | edit source]
The West Wing features modern art.
Temporary Collections[edit | edit source]
The Museum of Art's Temporary Collections has several temp collections year-round, on loan from other museums. They are located in the West Wing. Temporary collections:
- Group of Seven
- Carrington Leading the Charge
Partnerships[edit | edit source]
Kunstmuseum[edit | edit source]
The MOA has a partnership program with the Kunstmuseum in Brunant. The famous Brunanter painting, "Carrington Leading the Charge" by Hans Rotmensen (1822) will come to Lovia as part of the partnership in May of 2011.
MAS[edit | edit source]
The Museum Aan de Stroom or MAS is a museum in Antwerp, Belgium that lend a few paintings or other art stuffs about the four permanent exhibitions: Life and death, World port, Show of force and Metropolis. The parternschip began in 2012.
|Museum of Art|
|Museum of Art: John William Waterhouse Hall - Pop Hall - Salon Rene Magritte - Sculpture Gallery - Temporary Collections - Museum map
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