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From 17 February to 17 May 2014
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This third issue of Open Windows opens with a detailed study of La Piazza Navona, Rome by Gaspar van Wittel, a spectacular urban view of 1699 in the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection. In addition, and in conjunction with the new display of the Museum’s Russian avant-garde paintings, this issue includes two articles: the first on recent discoveries concerning Ivan Kliun’s Suprematist painting Composition, which came to light following a study of the work by the Museum’s Conservation Department; and the second on Prison by Tatiana Glebova, a painting that was attributed to her teacher Pavel Filonov until 1993.