Laguna Beach Pageant of the Masters #TourDePageant Starts Thursday April 2 2020

This re-creation of Édouard Manet’s “Music in the Tuileries Gardens” was presented in the 2012 Pageant of the Masters. The original painting hangs in the Hugh Gallery in Dublin, Ireland. Courtesy of foapom.com
This re-creation of Édouard Manet’s “Music in the Tuileries Gardens” was presented in the 2012 Pageant of the Masters. The original painting hangs in the Hugh Gallery in Dublin, Ireland. Courtesy of foapom.com

Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts Pageant of the Masters #TourDePageant starts Thursday April 2 2020.
#TourDePageant is a bi-weekly social media series showing past Pageant re-creations, with real people posing as works of art.
This art-stopping online initiative offers a unique look into some of the most famous museums in the world, all from the comfort of home.

Experience great art from celebrated museums around the globe virtually through the magic of tableaux vivants, or living pictures.

“With society practicing social distancing, the arts are needed more now than ever,” said Sharbie Higuchi, Director of Marketing/PR at Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach.
“We hope this online initiative will enrich, entertain and inspire during this challenging time.”

Watch on Facebook or Instagram.

The Pageant of the Masters #TourDePageant is presented twice a week throughout the entire month of April 2020.

#TourDePageant Features
Notable Pieces of World Wide Classical and Contemporary Art in a incredibly faithful re-creation with real people posing to look exactly like their counterparts in the original pieces.

Musée d’Orsay in Paris, France Virtual Tour: Featuring Monet’s “Women in the Garden” re-created in the 2007 Pageant of the Masters.

National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne Australia

Mexico City to the Museo Mural Diego Rivera

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

April 2 2020 #TourDePageant Featured Works

Claude Monet’s “Women in the Garden” at the Musée d’Orsay

Carl Lasson’s “Outdoors Blows the Summer Wind” at Kansallisgalleria

Henri Matisse’s “Tea” at LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s “The Swing” at The Wallace Collection

For more info please visit The Festival of the Arts Pageant of the Masters

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.