Soap Bubbles, circa 1733–34.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York / Wentworth Fund, 1949
Intimacies in Art is about intimacy, the intimate space, and how artists from many periods – ranging from 1730 to 1930 – have sought to capture the private and the intimate through close observations of people, nature and the rooms in which we live. Curated by the director of the SMK - National Gallery of Denmark, Mikkel Bogh, the exhibition presents spectacular works and hitherto unseen gems by artists such as Chardin, Abildgaard, Munch, Bonnard and Hammershøi.
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