Cennino Cennini said that painting called for imagination.
The great theoreticians of painting have always acknowledged that however much painting may appear as a celebration of the real world, its true significance lies in the access it affords to the world of our imaginations. Painting can form a bridge between these worlds, and embody something not entirely real. Jorgensen Fine Art arranges an exhibition displaying a large selection of fantastic paintings by 19th and 20th century Irish and European great artists which will last till 31st of this year. So, make a plan to trip to the Jorgensen Fine Art, 29 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, Ireland to feel the world of imaginations.