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In summer 2018, bromer kunst’s entire art depot has been reorganized and optimized due to internal restructurings. Now, our art depot shines in new splendour for upcoming years of commitment and passion for art and collecting

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We have reached the 10'000 visitors mark for our major Cuno Amiet retrospective! Many thanks to all the art lovers who came from every corner of Switzerland and even from abroad. We look forward to share with you today's last day!

 

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In five days bromer kunst closes its spaces for good. Will we reach more than 10.000 visitors for the Amiet exhibition still? Help us and visit the gallery for the last time!

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The exhibition catalogue is already in the gallery and it looks great! We are very excited for the book launch this Saturday, 16.06.18, and look forward to welcome many guests!

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This is the new generation of art-lovers! With a playful tour throughout the exhibition, kids get introduced to Cuno Amiets oeuvre and modern art. 
 

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Cuno Amiet painted portraits during almost eight decades - hence, an exhibition space at bromer kunst is solely devoted to his portrait paintingsread our current blog post about the artist's portraiture

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«Kniendes Mädchen (kneeling girl (1913) -  an artwork by Cuno Amiet on display at the retrospective exhibition at bromer kunst.

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An inspired guest starts to draw himself after visiting our current Cuno Amiet exhibition.

 

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The blooming meadow with an apple tree at bromer kunst - in contrast to Cuno Amiet's «Gelbe Wiese mit Baum (yellow meadow with tree)» painted in 1898.

Cuno Amiet
«Gelbe Wiese mit Baum»
1898
WVZ-NR.: 1898.11
© D. Thalmann, Aarau

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Again sunny weather at bromer kunst; The gallery is open throughout Whitsun - we are looking forward to your visit!

The gallery remains closed on Whit Monday.

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Discover springlike artworks on our partner-website www.kunsthandel-online.com:

Giovanni Giacometti
«Narziss»
around 1920

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Happy mother's day!

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
«Cat mother with her baby kitten I»
around 1930
charcoal drawing
bromer art collection

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«Entwurf zu Loggia II» (1915) -  an artwork by Cuno Amiet on display at the retrospective exhibition at bromer kunst.

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Cuno Amiet's almost abstract painting «Löwenzahnwiese (dandelion meadow)», which he painted around 1905 - in contrast to the blooming dandelion meadow at bromer kunst.

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«Die Tanzenden (the dancers)» (1911) -  an artwork by Cuno Amiet on display at the retrospective exhibition at bromer kunst.

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«Meister der reinen Farben» - read the article about the Cuno Amiet exhibition in the current edition of the Swiss magazine Schweizer Illustrierte.

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There is an article about the exhibition «Cuno Amiet – Retrospektive zum 150. Geburtstag» in Kunst Bulletin's May edition.  

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Today its the 1st of May; on Labor Day we are showing a painting from the bromer art collection by Cuban painter Antonio Argudín who potrays a Cuban peasant while working.

Argudín, Antonio
«Ochsengespann»
1956
Öl auf Leinwand

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«Cuno Amiet - Landscapes»: Our current blog-entry is dedicated to Amiet's landscape paintings; read more about it!

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It's spring! Lush green surrounds Thomas Röthel's steel sculpture «Balance» in the outdoor area of bromer kunst.

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It's finally spring - therefore, we're showing the painting out of bromer art collection «Was die Blumen sagen» (what flowers say) painted by Ferdinand Hodler in 1894.

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Thanks for the visitor's comment and for praising our exhibition «Cuno Amiet»

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Read about the current Cuno Amiet exhibition in the Swiss magazine «Transhelvetica».

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The garden at Oschwand has been deinstalled - but the rich covered dining table with Amiet's original tableware remains on display - as well the gramophone playing a vinyl record that once belonged to Amiet. 

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New arrivals! Amazing pieces by Dirk Salz have found their way to bromer kunst. With pigments and resin on multiplex the artist has created complex and multilayered objects which vary between a lucent or frosted surface.

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«Cuno Amiet - Eine kurze Biografie in Text und Bild»: Our current blog-entry is dedicated to Amiet's exciting life; read more about it!

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Artworks by our artist Antonio Marra are currently exhibited at the Goldschmiede Feingold, nearby the Bahnhofstrasse in Zürich. Today we were on site in order to deliver and hang the works. 

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The Swiss magazine Schweizer Illustrierte visited the exhibition «Cuno Amiet» at bromer kunst - we are looking forward to reading their report.

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For the Cuno Amiet opening we installed a garden in bromer kunst’s exhibition hall in memory of the artist’s great garden at Oschwand. The blooming apple trees and flowers can be visited during approximately 10 days after the opening. (photo: Simon Leibundgut)

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Still looking for original ideas how to decorate an Easter egg? How about a surrealist subject; the portrait of a lady with a blue clock-face, framed by an oval medallion - taken from Salvador Dali's lithography «Don Quixote / blue Lady» (bromer art collection). We wish you a happy and creative Easter weekend

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For Good Friday we’re showing an artwork from bromer art collection: The French court painter Philippe de Champaigne (* 26.5.1602 Brussels -12.8.1674 Paris) painted a monumental canvas depicting the lamentation of Christ after removing his body from the cross.  

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Special opening hours during Easter:
OPEN on 29th and 31st of March.
CLOSED on 30th of March and 1st of April

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Our guests enjoyed an amazing springlike preview last saturday!

(Photo: Simon Leibundgut)

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Apple blossoms are beginning to bloom in front of Cuno Amiet's Apple harvest paintings from 1914; until the opening they will be in full bloom!

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On the first day of spring we are showing this amazing art nouveau painting by Werner Koch (*16.7.1884 Aesch - 21.6.1946 Basel) from bromer art collection.