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1853 – Work begins on the grand renovation of Paris

Emperor Napoleon III commissions Georges-Eugène Haussmann to modernise medieval Paris with wider streets, sewers, gas lanterns, public spaces, schools, hospitals…

1863 – Salon des Refusés

Paris Salon jury reject a record two thirds of the 5k works submitted. Protests from artists and the public lead Napoleon III to open the Salon des Refusés.
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1867 – Lise with a Parasol, Renoir

Though ridiculed by several critics for its unusual use of light and shadow, Renoir’s painting is accepted in the Salon.

1872 – Mondrian is born

in Amersfort

1886 – 1905 Post-Impressionism

Independently led by Cézanne, Gauguin, van Gogh and Seurat the movement was a rejection impressionism’s concern for the naturalistic depiction of light and color and characterized by a tendency towards symbolism and abstraction. Abstract
1886-1905

1892 – Mondrian starts Art school

At the Rijksacademie in Amsterdam.

1905 -10 Fauvism

Seen as an extreme extension of the post-impressionistic styles of Seurat and Van Gogh. Characterised by the use of bold non-naturalistic colours, strong brush strokes and simplified forms.

1907 – Picasso paints les demoiselle d’Avignon

Seen by may as the foundational painting on which cubism is built; a radical break from the logic of perspective . The “unfeminine”, angular forms and confrontational stances of the nude women is viewed as immoral and causes a stir when exhibited in 1916.
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Dignita Westerpark

Spaarndammerstraat 55h
1013 TA AMSTERDAM
OUD OOST

An all day brunch restaurant located in the beautiful garden of the Hermitage museum. They use free range and local ingredients and offer Vegetarian and some vegan options.

Dignita is a social initiative that offers people affected by human trafficking an opportunity to acquire work experience in the hospitality industry. 100% of profits go towards the Not for Sale Foundation.

From their website: “The Dutch foundation has been active since 2012 and operates independently. Its mission is to offer victims of human trafficking a new perspective on their future. This is done by offering education and training at the social enterprises of Dignita Amsterdam.”

They also have a location in Oud-zuid (next to Vondelpark) and Centre-West in the beautiful garden of the Hermitage museum.

Brouwerij Troost Westergas

Pazzanistraat 25 -27
1014 DB AMSTERDAM
WESTERPARK

Stylish brewpub on the Westergasterrein that makes very good organic beers, sodas and gin and jenever (a sort of dutch gin). Menu has a solid vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.

Brouwerij Troost was started in 2013 by brothers Frits and Hendrik de Jong and their partner Jorrit Lootsma. The brewery, in De Pijp, was started out of an old monastery and soon after the pub opened. In 2015 the Westergas location opened with increased brewing capacity and by 2018 the Old-west location was up and running.

Dignita Hoftuin

Koninginneweg 218h
1075 EL AMSTERDAM
Center East

An all day brunch restaurant located in the beautiful garden of the Hermitage museum. They use free range and local ingredients and offer Vegetarian and some vegan options.

Dignita is a social initiative that offers people affected by human trafficking an opportunity to acquire work experience in the hospitality industry. 100% of profits go towards the Not for Sale Foundation.

From their website: “The Dutch foundation has been active since 2012 and operates independently. Its mission is to offer victims of human trafficking a new perspective on their future. This is done by offering education and training at the social enterprises of Dignita Amsterdam.”

They also have a location in Oud-zuid (next to Vondelpark) and Westerpark.

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