All the paintings were lovely and very moving. Notable paintings/artists included: Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night over the Rhone at Arles; Paul Gauguin's Vision of the Sermon (Jacob Wrestling with the Angel); Claude Monet's Water Lilies (Nymphéas); Edvard Munch's The Sun; Georgia O'Keeffe's Series I - from the Plains; and a recently rediscovered French artist Charles Marie Dulac illustration of St. Francis of Assisi's Canticle of Creation.
I'm so glad I went to see this. It was much more than I expected and found some new artists to enjoy! Sweden's Eugene Jansson's whose painting called "Dawn over Riddarfjarden (Gryning over Riddarfjarden)" and a couple of others that were in similar vein were on display and then I saw Czech painter Wenzel Hablick, "Sternehimmel" and "The Crystal Castle at Sea" and I fell in love with these paintings - the colours are more vivid and breathtaking in person.Check out the links if you'd like to see what these looked like. Nothing can compare with the originals - just sayin'.
The exhibit has been extended until February 12, 2017 so catch it if you can and be prepared to be moved to tears by some of the beautiful works of art on display!