This is a one-of-a-kind collection of cool paintings from the Cool Paintings gallery in downtown Chicago.
This gallery is run by the Chicago Art Museum, and the paintings are part of the collection that will be displayed for the first time this fall.
This collection includes portraits by Art Nouveau masters like Pierre Chabrol and Paul Cézanne.
These paintings have captivated Chicagoans for centuries.
It’s a shame that Chicagoans don’t have a more intimate way to experience these paintings, which were created by some of the city’s most accomplished painters, like George Proulx, Vincent van Gogh, and Henri Matisse.
We can’t wait to see how this collection of paintings transforms Chicago, so check out the gallery here.
The Chicago Art Museums’ Cool Painters collection includes paintings by Pierre Chaberrol, Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin.
(Source: Chicago Art Center)The Cool Paintters gallery opened to the public last fall, but it’s not known how many of the paintings will be on display at the gallery.
For now, check out a few of the coolest pieces from the collection:The Great Gatsby by Vincent Van Gelder is on display.
In the late 19th century, the Dutch artist Van Gelderen designed the Great Gamps’ mansion, and it’s still a popular place to visit today.
Van Gelder created a series of paintings that are still widely appreciated.
When he was in Paris, the artist used the Great Gardens as a backdrop for his paintings.
At night, he would paint over the gardens to create the perfect night sky.
Here, a group of people sit in the courtyard at the Great Garden, on display from March 13, 2019.
There are several pieces in the collection, including the painting by Cézannes and the Picasso in the Park.
Some of the most well-known paintings by César Cabral are in the Great Paintings collection.
He created some of Chicago’s most famous murals in the 1930s and 1940s.
One of his most famous works, a mural of two men standing next to a watercolor canvas, is one of his best-known pieces.
Piglet by Jean-Luc Godard, painted between 1929 and 1930.
Godard created many of Chicagos most iconic paintings, including his masterpiece, “The Castle.”
He is widely considered one of Chicago ‘s most influential artists.
A group of kids pose for a photo in front of the Great Wall in front, which was built by the French army in 1949.
Chicago’s largest watercolor mural is “La Planche des Américas” by Michelangelo, commissioned in 1932.
You can check out more cool pieces in Chicago’s Cool Paintins gallery here: