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Debrecen

; ref (during the Hungarian revolution of 1848, end of the World War II) * Budapest (including Buda) 1873 Budapestinfo –''present'' These huge paintings were taken on a tour and exhibited in many European cities and also in the US by the art dealer Charles Sedelmeyer. All three were bought by American millionaire John Wanamaker who exhibited them in his department store in Philadelphia


Addis Ababa

is beautifully decorated with huge paintings and mosaics, and will make the trip worthwhile. It is worth visiting the museum with a guide as well to see ceremonial clothes and ancient manuscripts. Other *


Portsmouth

@royalmarinesmuseum.co.uk address Southsea lat long directions phone +44 23 9281 9385 tollfree fax +44 23 9283 8420 hours Daily 10AM-5PM (except Dec 24-26) price Adult £9 content Covers the history of the Royal Marines. The Museum is in what was one of the most stately Officers' Messes in England, built in the 1860s with beautiful ceilings, huge paintings and a grand staircase. thumb 200px Southsea castle (File:Southsea castle from the east.JPG) * '''Cathedrals'''. Portsmouth has two cathedrals, the Romanesque-style '''Portsmouth Cathedral''' (St Thomas') in Old Portsmouth (Anglican) and '''St John's''' in the City Centre (Catholic). * WikiPedia:Portsmouth Commons:Category:Portsmouth


Oslo

painter Edward Munch. Be aware that some of Edvard Munchs more famous pictures may actually be shown in the National Gallery, so don't complain that "The Scream" is not on display! Included in the Oslo Pass. Munch also produced huge paintings (more than 200 square meters in total) for the grandiose walls of the University of Oslo Aula. Munch's paintings for the Aula are key works within monumental painting and includes iconic paintings ''The Sun'', ''History'' and ''Alma Mater''. The Aula


Philadelphia

in New York City, and sneaker forums (Internet forum) such as Niketalk and ISS. New Jersey Transit Rail Operations North Jersey; New York City Philadelphia – Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey) New Jersey New York Pennsylvania These huge paintings were taken on a tour and exhibited in many European cities and also in the US by the art dealer Charles Sedelmeyer. All three were bought by American


United States

everyday scenes in huge paintings—at the scale traditionally reserved for "important" subjects—thus blurring the boundary which had set genre painting apart as a "minor" category. History painting itself shifted from the exclusive depiction of events of great public importance to the depiction of genre scenes in historical times, both the private moments of great figures, and the everyday life of ordinary people. Subsequently the Impressionism Impressionists


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