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Royal Art Gallery

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Established April 24, 2008
Location Seal of King's Gardens King's Gardens,
Seal of Noble City Noble City,
Seal of Sylvania Sylvania
Director Dimitri
Visitor figures N/A
Collection art, mostly from 1800 until contemporary art
List of top paintings in Lovia

The Royal Art Gallery is a well-known Lovian museum of the royal family. It is based in King's Gardens, Noble City. Currently, the building, the organization and the exhibition are still under construction, directed by Dimitri. The Royal Art Gallery is nationwide known for its large collection of artworks depicting women. The museum's most famous artwork is The Fighting Téméraire, privately owned by Dimitri.

Museum and collection Edit

The Royal Art Gallery is based in a ten storey building. Most collections are located on the lower floors, as the upper are still under construction. The Gower Street Room is on the Ground Floor, while the Magnificence Room and the Haystack Hall both on the Second Floor. The Elisabeth Hall currently is the only space opened to public on the Third Floor.

Ground Floor (1st) Edit

Gower Street Room Edit

The Gower Street Room is one of the permanent collection rooms of the Royal Art Gallery. It features mostly English art from the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood[1], a group of painters, poets and critics founded in 1848 by John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and William Holman Hunt. The GS Room is named after the Gower Street in London, where the Brotherhood was founded.

The Royal Art Gallery offers the visitor a great collection of paintings by famous English painters, such as John William Waterhouse. Not only Pre-Raphaelite paintings are in this collection, but also other European artists with a similar style.

Artwork Creator Origin and date More information
Ophelia

Ophelia

John William Waterhouse English, 1889 Ophelia
Oil on canvas
More information on the painter
Signing the Register

Signing the Register

Edmund Blair Leighton English, 19th Century Signing the Register
Oil on canvas, 91.4x121.9 cm
More information on the painter
On English Coasts

On English Coasts

William Holman Hunt English, 1852 On English Coasts
Oil on canvas, 43×58.5 cm
More information on the painter
Silver Favourites

Silver Favourites

Lawrence Alma-Tadema English[2], 1903 Silver Favourites
Oil on wood, 69.1x42.2 cm
More information on the painter
Unconscious Rivals

Unconscious Rivals

Lawrence Alma-Tadema English, 1893 Unconscious Rivals
Oil on canvas, 45.1x62.8 cm
More information on the painter
Portrait of Young Girl

Portrait of Young Girl

Sophie Gengembre Anderson English, late 19th Century Portrait of Young Girl
Oil on canvas
More information on painter

Second Floor Edit

Magnificence Room Edit

Arrow right See also: The Fighting Téméraire for more information on this painting.

The Magnificence Room is entirely dedicated to one of Lovia's most famous artworks, The Fighting Téméraire. The painting is privately owned by HRH Dimitri, but is constantly exhibited in the Magnificence Room. It has an entire wall just for itself.

Artwork Creator Origin and date More information
The Fighting Téméraire

The Fighting Téméraire

Joseph Mallord William Turner English, 1838 The Fighting Téméraire
Oil on canvas, 91 x 122 cm
More information on the painter

Haystack Hall Edit

The Haystack Hall is the fourth room in the Royal Art Gallery. It is named after the Haystack paintings[3] of Claude Monet, of which one was given to the Royal Art Gallery by Lovian citizen George Matthews. This painting has a special location in this hall. It is expected more impressionist art will be added to the Haystack Hall.

Claude Monet (French pronounced [klod mɔnɛ]) (November 14, 1840 – December 5, 1926) was a founder of French impressionist painting, and the most consistent and prolific practitioner of the movement's philosophy of expressing one's perceptions before nature, especially as applied to plein-air landscape painting. The term Impressionism is derived from the title of his painting Impression, Sunrise.

Graystack (Sunset)

Grainstack at Sunset

Artwork Creator Origin and date More information
Graystack (Sunset)

Grainstack at Sunset

Claude Monet French, 1890-1891 Grainstack at Sunset
Oil on canvas
More information on series
More information on the painter
Poplars (Autumn)

Poplars (Autumn)

Claude Monet French, 1891 Poplars (Autumn)
Oil on canvas, 92x73cm
More information on series
More information on the painter
The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil

The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil

Claude Monet French, 1874 The Railway Bridge at Argenteuil
Oil on canvas, 54.3x73.3cm
More information on the painter
September Morn

September Morn

Paul Émile Chabas French, 1912 Matinee de Septembre / September Morn[4]
More information on the painter

Third Floor Edit

Elisabeth Hall Edit

The Elisabeth Hall is one of the largest, but most cosy halls in the Royal Art Gallery. It is named after the beautiful Lovian scientist Elisabeth Blackburn, who is pictured on a famous Lovian artwork by Sarah Evenson. The hall features a collection of 20th Century and contemporary art, usually from Lovia or Libertas. At this moment, the hall is under construction.

Artwork Creator Origin and date More information
The Lady Clare

The Lady Elisabeth (study)

Sarah Evenson Lovian, 1947 The Lady Elisabeth (study)
Red chalk, 19 x 14.5 cm
Elisabeth Blackburn is depicted
Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Dimitri Neyt Libertan, 2007 Thomas Jefferson
Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
150.4 x 100 cm
Series: US Presidents
More information on the creator
Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

Dimitri Neyt Libertan, 2007 Abraham Lincoln
Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
150.4 x 100 cm
Series: US Presidents
More information on the creator
Tito by Prudnikov

Tito

Đorđe Prudnikov
(Djordje Prudnikoff)
Russo-Serbian, late 20th Century Tito
Oil on canvas
A gift from the Starovlah Institute
More information on the painter
Yuri

Yuri

Norbert Lyons Lovian, 2008 Yuri
Synthetic polymer paint on wood
95.7 × 62.8 cm
Honoring PM Yuri Medvedev
I Love Liberty

I Love Liberty

Roy Lichtenstein American, 1982 I Love Liberty

Rocky Mountain Hall Edit

The Rocky Mountain Hall is a large hall that is decorated according to the 19th Century traditions. Many European and American artworks of the Romantic movement have taken in their places here, and even more are coming up. The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak is famous for having been stolen in 2003.

Artwork Creator Origin and date More information
Der hintere Langbathsee

Der hintere Langbathsee

Josef Feid Austria, 1834 Der hintere Langbathsee
Oli on canvas, 33.5 x 45 cm
A gift from the Libertan Vice Presidents' Office
More information on the painter (in German)
Max Schmitt in a Single Scull

Max Schmitt in a Single Scull

Thomas Eakins American, 1844 Max Schmitt in a Single Scull
Oil on canvas
A gift from the Libertan Vice Presidents' Office
More information on the painter
The Rocky Mountains' Lander's Peak

The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak

Albert Bierstadt German-American, 1863 The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak
Oil on canvas
A gift from the Libertan Vice Presidents' Office
More information on the painter

References and notes Edit

  1. More information: Wikipedia.
  2. Though Lawrence was in fact born in the Netherlands.
  3. More information: Wikipedia.
  4. More information on this painting: Wikipedia.

See also Edit

Seal of Noble City
Monuments, politics and government of Noble City
Monuments and buildings: Abigail Johnson Theater - Antiquities Museum - Capitol - City Hall - Embankment Federal Penitentiary - Garden's Chapel - King's Landmark - Lovian Museum for Modern Art- Museum of Art - Museum of Transport - National Archives - Nielsen's Lighthouse - Noble City Mall - Nobel University (1, 2) - NC General Hospital - Old Royal Palace - Palati Daidalo - Railway Museum - Royal Art Gallery - Starovlah Institute - Statue of Andreas - Supreme Court House - Sylvania State Capitol - The Soccerfield - Tower Mall - West Wing
Politics and government: Congress - Noble City Government - Noble City Police - Supreme Court - Sylvania Police - Sylvania State Court - Sylvania State Government
Arrow right See also: Geography, nature, neighborhoods, transportation, hotels, restaurants and apartment buildings of Noble City.

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