Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Age of Rembrandt At The ROM

There has been a show of paintings from the Rembrandt era on at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) all summer and it is in its final days now. During the show this large tube of paint has been spilling forth art onto the pavement in front of the ROM. The flowers have faded after being walked over all summer but the concept still works so well!
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8 comments:

Jackie McGuinness said...

Isn't this the coolest display!

Sharon said...

I like this. It's a great way to advertise the show. It builds curiosity.

William Kendall said...

It is a good display for the show. I should have gone to that exhibit.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That really is street art Pat, literally 🎨

bill burke said...

A very cool and creative way to advertize the exhibit.

Kay said...

I love this! Even the paint pouring out appears to have the beginnings of something. I've seen some beautiful and memorable Rembrandt portraits.

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Very cool!!

Jenn said...

Cool...I like this!