National Gallery (Narodna Galerija)

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National Gallery (Narodna Galerija)

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Janopreis
Turnhout, Belgia1 610 bidrag
jul. 2022 • Par
Schitterende collectie, mooie nieuwbouw, uitstekend overzicht van Sloveense schilder-& beeldhouwkunst met enkele pakkende topwerken
Skrevet 2. juli 2022
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beasles
Sandhurst, UK219 bidrag
jun. 2022
This was our wet weather plan that but slightly disappointing. Lots of paintings that didn't mean much to us, quite dull in many respects. We struggled to spend an hour here as not much caught our interest.
Skrevet 27. juni 2022
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ACM1899Pier
Milano, Italia18 502 bidrag
aug. 2021
Pur non avendo autori famosissimi ha dei bei quadri e belle sculture lungo un percorso cronologico. Da notare la fontana originale nell'atrio del museo.
Skrevet 25. oktober 2021
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RicherTrips
Monterrey, Mexico3 463 bidrag
aug. 2021
It was a good plan for a rainy day. The facilities are very comfortable. The museum includes 3 buildings: the original museum, the back mansion and the modern glass building that links them.

There’s no way to follow chronological order, even if you follow the room’s numbers: the exhibits are mixed up. Anyway, you should start with the lower floor of the old building, climb the big staircase, traverse the big hall, go through all the rooms that surround the hall and then continue to the new building.

There are some remarkable portraits from Kobilca, Šubic and Grohar, and it’s a shame I never heard about them before. Don’t miss the mezzanine with stunning sculptures from Zajec and Repic, full of passion.
Skrevet 27. september 2021
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Sylar20
Province of Turin, Italia1 173 bidrag
aug. 2021 • Venner
Visita sicuramente consigliata per approfondire la cultura e l’arte slovena. Esposte in un palazzo dell’800, troverete molte e bellissime opere d’arte, come la crocifissione di Gesù. Assolutamente consigliato!
Skrevet 28. august 2021
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KlemenKras
Vrhnika, Slovenia154 bidrag
feb. 2021 • Par
As the epidemics restrictions loosened, my wife and I went to National Gallery to step on a path toward normal life once again. I enjoyed the time there but more because of the company and the fact that we were able to do and see something than because of the exhibit. The collection of Slovenian impressionists is great, Ivana Kobilica, Jurij Šubic and Matija Jama are my favorite. It’s fine but it will take some time for me to go there again.
Skrevet 20. februar 2021
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periandro
Luxembourg by, Luxembourg7 049 bidrag
aug. 2019
The National Gallery (Narodna galerija) of Slovenia is a fantastic museum in the beautiful city of Ljubljana devoted to both painting and sculpture. It houses manifold art works by Slovenian and other origins artists ranging from the medieval period to modern times, to wit, as far as style is concerned, from the romanesque religious sculpture, such as the anonymous “Christ Crucified” through the gothic and baroque in all its forms to Biedermeier, modern and abstract painting. The main building containing the museum is a stunning edifice both outside and inside. It was built in 1896, during the administration of Mayor Ivan Hribar and designed by the Czech architect František Škabrout. In the early 1990s, an extension to the main building was built by the Slovene architect Edvard Ravnikar. At the beginning of the twenty first century a large transparent glass gallery, designed by the architects Jurij Sadar and Boštjan Vuga, was built to connect the two wings of the building. It has a wonderful façade very appropriate for a solid construction destined to be the shrine of the masterpieces there exhibited. Once inside, the beauty of the rooms and the staircases with their stupendous ornamental elements, handrails, balustrades and artistic lamps and chandeliers is capable of arousing the admiration of every sensitive art lover.
The fabulous masterpieces which can be contemplated in that museum make it deserve more than one visit. The aforesaid “Christ Crucified” by an anonymous carver is the oldest work of art in the collection of the National Gallery. Although it's still, as indicated, a romanesque sculpture, the fact that Christ's knees and hips lean sideways calls up the imminent gothic style. Likewise, the relief known as “Madonna on the Throne of Solomon” by Master of Solčava Madonna is a very detailed artwork calling a significant attention of the cultural public due to its meticulous elaboration and the grace of the figures. The author was bound to late romanesque style but in that work he also emplyed new gothic forms, as one can realise for example in Mary's expression and in the pointed arch form of the tympanum. The four saints painted by Catarino Veneziano constitute a dazzling marvel. It consists of four panes portraying St. John the Evangelist, St. John the Baptist, St. Peter nd St. Paul, respectively. The author belonged to the Venezian School whose members turned from the traditional Byzantine aesthetics towards the gothic style. In the works concerned one feels very deeply the vivid colours, the elegance of the figures and the refined forms which attract no doubt most of visitors' attention. There are other gothic artworks in that museum within the religious field, all of them of a very high quality. Among them the following could be outlined: “Standing Virgin”, a product of the Ptujska Gora sculpture workshop consisting in a beautiful Madonna whose sweet face and slim and harmonious S line are really admirable. As far as sculpture is concerned there are likewise, among many works, some Pietàs in which the silent mourning pervading them is outstanding, and some statues of saints, such as St. Peter, St. Lawrence, St. Catherine and St. Florian. As regards paintings, two of them deserve a special consideration: the “Madonna with Christ Child Blessing” (Hoče Madonna) (c. 1465) and Christ on the Mount of Olives (c. 1490). In the first one the sentimentally reserved expression of Mary's face is impressive. This feature, by the way, clearly calls up the new renaissance trend.
In connection with baroque and neoclassicism styles one may come across many beautiful works in that museum as regards both the art of sculpture and that of painting. As an undeniable example of the former the Immaculate Conception (eighteenth century) by Veit Königer may be pointed out. This is a fascinating masterpiece looking like having been instilled some life due to the twist of the figure round the axis and the graceful gesture of Mary's hands. Some qualities typical of the rococo style can be observed in that sculpture. As far as painting is concerned one could make stand out the mythological scene “Venus, Cupid and Peristera” by Franc Kavčić, a Slovenian painter who adhered to the neoclassicist style, as well as some pictures of both landscapes, ordinary people and personages somehow relevant in every one of the periods in which the respective artists have been active. Among these the following deserve being taken into account owing to the finess of their execution, as it's evident in the pictures themselves, and the delicacy concerning the brushstrokes of the painters: “Julia Prinic and her Brother Janez” (ca. 1823) by Matevž Langus; “Luiza Pesjak, née Crobath” (before 1869) by Mihael Stroj; “Roza Karinger and Baroness Schmidburg” (1869) by Anton Karinger, and “Summer” (1889 – 1890) by Ivana Kobilca. As regards the aforesaid painting by Karinger the way how the artist succeeded in stressing the intimate, friendly mood of the two portrayed ladies is entitled to admiration.
Other works exhibited in that museum appertain to later styles such as realism, Biedermeier, art nouveau, impressionism, neo-baroque, surrealism and other works not clearly defined as far as their style is concerned. In the Slovenian impressionist decade at the beginning of the twentieth century Ivan Grohar is perhaps the most lyrical personage. Some of his paintings are exhibited in that museum. Among them “Rakers” is perhaps the most emblematic one. It's an artwork seemingly possessing some movement. It makes the connoisseur whatching it be involved in the scene depicted consisting in two lady rakers on the foreground placed in a shadow which serves also to highlight the landscape towards the background including a village and an Alpine ridge. The picture “Cathedral of St. Nicholas with the Robba Fountin” by Matija Jama is also a beautiful and eyes catching composition depicting the three most important monuments in Ljubljana. In the sphere of the neo-baroque works the sculpture “Startled Satyr” by Ivan Zajec is a good sample of the works appertaining to that style which can be observed in the museum concerned.
As one can realise from the foregoing, the National Gallery of Slovenia is a gorgeous museum housing fabulous masterpieces by Slovenian artists and artist from other countries comparable to similar works by Western European ones which can be beheld in commonly konown museums all over the world. The good quality and taste of manifold works exhibited in the National Gallery make them be comprised in the scope of excellent fine arts. That's one of the reasons why the Museum in question should absolutely be visited when being in the Slovenian capital city.
Skrevet 17. februar 2020
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Dear periandro, we can not thank you enough for your detailed description of the exhibition and your selection of the artworks! Thank you also for all the photos you shared and the detailed information about each piece. We can only be grateful for such curious and educated guest and we are happy to read that you enjoyed your time in the National Gallery. We hope to see you again, maybe on some of the temporary exhibitions or maybe using audio guide or free Nexto App for discovering new ways of seeing the permanent exhibition.
Skrevet 24. februar 2020
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Flambeau
Modena, Italia101 bidrag
des. 2019 • Par
Narodna Galerija è molto ben organizzata ed all’interno di un bellissimo palazzo di fine 800. Oltre ai dipinti ci sono anche diverse sculture lignee medievali di grande valore che rappresentano la Passione e la Crocifissione. Nella classifica dei posti da visitare merita senz’altro qualche posizione in più rispetto a quella in cui si trova. C’è anche uno spazio con attività (credo programmate) per i più piccoli ed un bar.
Skrevet 31. desember 2019
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Caro/ Cara C172GYflambeau, Veramente grazie per la bella recensione.
Skrevet 28. januar 2020
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Maks matej C
131 bidrag
des. 2019
The National Gallery is the central national institution for older art in Slovenia, which holds the largest collection of works of art on Slovenian territory.
Skrevet 23. desember 2019
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Dear Maks matej C, Thank you for your visit and your comment. We hope to see you again in the gallery! Kind regards
Skrevet 29. desember 2019
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Peter C
Malta, Malta2 257 bidrag
nov. 2019
With more than 600 works of art to view in different styles from across the centuries, the National Gallery has an impressive collection of unique paintings and sculptures. Besides learning about Slovenia's premier artists you can also see the original 'Fountain of the Three Carniolan Rivers' which was brought to the National Gallery in 2006 for protection and safekeeping.
Skrevet 9. desember 2019
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Dear petecmalta, Thank you for your visit, comment and a nice description of the National Gallery. The Robba Fountain is certainly one of the most iconic works of art the gallery presents. It was removed from the original position in 2006 and two years later, after the restoration, it was installed in the National Gallery of Slovenia. Kind regards and we hope to welcome you again in the gallery
Skrevet 11. desember 2019
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