An In-Depth Look at Art’s Intricacies
Known for the exquisite eggs that opened to reveal an intricate surprise inside, the House of Fabergé’s signature pieces were designed for the Russian imperial family from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ironically, it was during the fall of this family that the eggs became coveted as objects of art. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art’s latest exhibit, Fabergé Revealed, showcases 238 rare Fabergé creations, such as imperial eggs, mini eggs, pendants, cane knobs, umbrella handles, jewelry and more. In addition to a testament to creativity, it’s a fascinating look at the persistence of art, as the minute detail of these creations is absolutely breathtaking.
Open daily from 10 am-7 pm. Exhibit
runs through May 15, 2015. Bellagio,
(702) 693-7871, www.bellagio.com.bgfa