I don’t think we should be surprised if the next generation of Christmas art is a bit different than the one we have seen in the past.
It’s all part of the same cultural trend.
While the majority of the paintings on display at the exhibition are still traditional Christmas imagery, the modernist paintings that are being shown at the event are also taking cues from traditional art.
For instance, this Christmas art piece from Paris by Vincent van Gogh was originally painted in 1907, and its new title, Christmas at the Louvre, is a reference to the museum in Paris that is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
This new exhibit is curated by the New York branch of the American National Museum of American History, and will feature works by artists from across the country and the world.
In New York, the museum is known as “The Louvre of the Arts.”
While it’s not exactly the same as the Louve museum, the new show features art that is inspired by New York.
For example, the artwork on display was created by New Yorkers Michael Sargent, Michael McBride, and Sarah Voorhees, as well as artists such as Michael Gorman, Alex Chlozow, and Daniel Lebowitz.
As with the Louvres, the work featured on display in the new exhibition is meant to “enrich the viewer with a new sense of wonder,” according to the gallery’s website.
The exhibit is meant as a way to explore “the rich cultural and visual landscape of New York and the New World, and to invite visitors to feel connected to it and the culture around it,” the gallery explained in a statement.