Let’s take a tour through the “Stance” Exhibition at Il-Ħaġar Museum installment 2

The exhibition “Stance” was interrupted by the closure of the museum due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Let’s continue the tour – this is the second in a series of blog posts that describes one’s experience of attending the exhibition going room by room. We hope you will enjoy these paintings and posts. If are interested in any of the paintings you see, please feel free to get in touch with us.

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Level 0: As you move further into the museum on level 0 there are three plein air oil paintings on the left. The first of the San Francisco “Bay Trail View” done in Northern California,” Ta’ Pinu from Ta’ Ghammar Hill” in Gharb and the third “On the Mere” in the Netherlands.

Bay Trail View 14″ x 11″
Ta’ Pinu from Ta’ Ghammar Hill 60 x 80 cm
On the Mere 14″ x 11″

Level 0: As you move further into the museum on level 0 there are three plein air oil paintings in front of you. “Broken Windmill” overlooking Ghajnsielem, “Dwerja and the Inland Sea”, and “Prickly Pear”.

Broken Windmill 16″ x 12″
Dwejra and the Inland Sea 80 x 60 cm
Prickly Pear 12″ x 12″

Level 0: Turn the corner and there are two oil paintings “Vineyard” painted between Xaghra and Nadur and “Farmer” painted in Xaghra.

Vines and Xewkija 60 x 80 cm
Farmer 12″ x 9″

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