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06.05.2017 The President of the Republic of Estonia at the Exhibition in Florence

06.05.2017

On 6 May 2017, the President of the Republic of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid visited the Visions  from the North exhibition of Estonian art being held at the Museo Novecento in Florence. Paola Concia, the City of Florence foreign relations representative, participated in the visit from the Italian side.

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06.03.2017 Reporter: Exhibition of Estonian Art in Florence

06.03.2017

Estonian art from the outset of the 20th century is once again at the forefront in Italy, the heart of the art world. An exhibition "Visions from the North" was opened in the art Mecca Florence in Museo Novecento on March 3rd.

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06.03.2017 ERR: Estonian Classical Painting reached Florence

06.03.2017

An exhibition "Visions from the North" was opened in the art Mecca Florence in Museo Novecento on March 3rd.

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02.03.2017 RAI news: Estonian Painting in Florence

02.03.2017

„Visions from the North / Visioni dal Nord“ is an exhibition of Estonian painting in Museo Novecento in Florence and illustrates the birth of modern art in Estonia.

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10.02.2015 RAI: Estonian Painting in Vittoriano Museum

10.02.2017

The exhibition of Estonian art, "Nordic Colours", an initiative that is part of the run-up to the Milan World Expo, is being held at the Vittoriano museum complex in Rome.

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30.11.2016 ERR video: “Pealtnägija”: Seeking for Konrad Mägi’s lost artworks

30.11.2016

Konrad Mägi (1878-1925) is Estonia’s most famous and acclaimed classic painter, who painted 400 paintings over the course of his lifetime, but the locations of only about two hundred paintings are currently known. Even if we assume that half of the missing paintings were destroyed in wars and cataclysms, around a hundred paintings by Konrad Mägi remain somewhere unaccounted for.

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15.02.2015 EPL: Exhibition of Classic Estonian Paintings Attracted at Least 8000 Visitors in Rome

08.02.2015

An exhibition of Estonian art surprised Italians with Konrad Mägi-esque colours and Nordic landscapes. Regardless of the fact that the exhibition Nordic Colours of the golden age of Estonian art in 1910–1945 that was put together from Enn Kunila’s collection was on display for only two weeks in the Vittoriano complex at the foot of Capitoline Hill in the heart of Rome, at least 8000 people visited the exhibition.

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08.02.2015 Artribune: Estonia. From Rome to Milan, from Exhibitions to the Expo Pavilion

08.02.2015

Andrea Carteny, Sapienza University Professor of History and Art History. The exhibition Nordic Colours. Estonian Art 1910-1945 from Enn Kunila’s Collection that is being held as a bridge at the Vittoriano Museum complex until 12 February 2015 is a dignified opportunity to get to know a country that is hitherto still underestimated.

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04.02.2015 Estonian Ambassador to Italy: All Roads Lead to Rome

04.02.2015

On the story of the opening of the exhibition of Enn Kunila’s art collection Nordic Colours. Estonian Art 1910-1945 at the Vittoriano exhibition and museum complex in Rome. Even the longest journey begins with the first step. From that point onward, one must have the stamina to carry on to the end of the road!

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Italian art critic Arnaldo Colasanti: Konrad Mägi has a place in European art history

23.01.2015

Ülle Toode, Rome. Konrad Mägi raised Estonian art to the level of European art capitals, said renowned Italian art critic Arnaldo Colasanti.

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Summer 2014 LIFE IN ESTONIA: Enn Kunila’s Collection

26.07.2014

The exhibition that opened in Tallinn’s Mikkeli Museum is entitled “Colours of the Golden Age” and consists of paintings from Enn Kunila’s collection. The exhibition is best summed up by Enn Kunila when he says “Often people talk about motifs or literary content in paintings, but for me those are not the most important aspects. Everything to do with composition and colour is much more significant, especially the strokes of the paintbrush.”

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