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Discover the Masterpieces at Kunst Museum Winterthur: From the Golden Age of Dutch Painting to Contemporary Art.

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Discover the Masterpieces at Kunst Museum Winterthur: From the Golden Age of Dutch Painting to Contemporary Art.

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    Alberto Giacometti, The Glade, 1950

    Alberto Giacometti, The Glade, 1950

    Alberto Giacometti was in Geneva during the Second World War. In 1945 he returned to Paris. His old studio was still intact and he could have simply continued working.

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    Giorgio Morandi, Still Lifes and Landscape, 1961

    Giorgio Morandi, Still Lifes and Landscape, 1961

    Secluded, Giorgio Morandi lived and worked in Bologna. He specialized in still lifes on small format canvases.

    • 2 Min.
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    Hans Arp, Skeleton, 1928

    Hans Arp, Skeleton, 1928

    The Alsace artist, Hans Arp, had already played a central role as artist and poet in the Dadaist movements in Zürich and Paris. Humour and irony also characterised his later work, especially the reliefs.

    • 2 Min.
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    Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1934-1939

    Alexander Calder, Untitled, 1934-1939

    In 1926 Alexander Calder left America and went to Paris where the most important new artists of the time were working. His encounter with the Dutchman Piet Mondrian was groundbreaking.

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    Giorgio de Chirico, Self-Portrait, 1924

    Giorgio de Chirico, Self-Portrait, 1924

    The Italian Giorgio de Chirico painted his mysterious pictures in Paris before the First World War. He called his art “Pittura metafisica,” a style that had great influence on European painting.

    • 2 Min.
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    Juan Gris, Pierrot, 1919

    Juan Gris, Pierrot, 1919

    The presence of Cubist paintings by Picasso and Braque was exceptionally strong even before the First World War. The Spaniard Juan Gris discovered the foundations of his work within them, but nevertheless developed his own, quite individual style, which led him to a strictly classical pictorial design.

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