Wagner would agree with Samuel Beckett, that “Nothing is funnier than unhappiness.”
The artist’s “Wedding Dance in the Open Air” spent many years undated and unsigned in storage at the Holburne Museum.
Thanks to a new virtual reality project launched this week by the Google Cultural Institute, you can now immerse yourself in one of Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s most bizarre paintings and hang out with the peculiar creatures that cover its canvas.
This great video tells the very detailed history of Bruegel’s August/September masterpiece, “The Harvesters” (1565).
If you’ve studied the history of cinema than you’ve heard of Mosfilm, the renowned film studio that is reputedly the largest and oldest in Europe. Established in 1923, Mosfilm has been responsible for countless cinematic masterpieces, including many of the films created by masters Sergei Eisenstein and Andrei Tarkovsky. Now, the film studio has placed its historic flicks on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.