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INDIAN LANDSCAPES

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AFTER FOREVER ENDS – Novel, by Melodie Ramone

She is a wife, mother and author. http://melodieramone.weebly.com/ First published in literary magazines at the age of twelve, she is a lifelong writer from the city of Chicago. A lifelong lover of music, she worked in the public relations sector of the music industry. She can be found delving into fringe Physics, reading anything she can get her hands on, ...

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TODAY IS A STRANGE SPRING DAY – A page by the novel The Last Row

THE LAST ROW is an immersion in pages of love and adventure, where two stories temporally far apart are made of emotions and feelings – of Bianca and Jacopo – fragile human beings who moved into two horizons: first of the Battle of Lepanto and second of a city of our time. The fortuitous discovery of old chains for prisoners will join ...

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FROM EVERYWHERE, ALWAYS – When love becomes poetry

Charles Baudelaire loved women, alcohol and drugs. Frequenting prostitutes, he had contracted sexual diseases; so his family had sent him far away to India, hoping the change of his dissolute lifestyle. Back in Paris, he wrote highly carnal poems. Love has been sung by poets from around the world and in all ages. The love poems? Companion of sweethearts, use of romantic ...

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WHERE COLOURS BECOMES POETRY

The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these painters and that other people enjoy their works.

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WOLFRAM KAMPFFMEYER, GERMAN GRAPHICS ARTIST – one who brings animated animals into life

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MATTHEW SHLIAN – American Paper Engineer and his geometric paper art

  Note: The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors and to those who have given them. The sole purpose of this site is to spread the knowledge of these painters and that other people enjoy their works.

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BERT SIMONS, DUTCH ARTIST – Cloned all around the world

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INCREDIBLE PAPER SCULPTURES

To most people, making a paper plane could be one of the simplest thing to do. It’s the simplest and easiest form of paper art. We may live in a digital world, but the love affair with paper will probably never die. There are some absolutely amazing examples of paper art, from the most difficult crafts, some funny or weird, but ...

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MERCY AND TERROR IN ARTWORK OF PICASSO – The road to Guernica

Everything was born in an April day in 1937. In the north of Spain, the village of Guernica had been destroyed by bombing. http://meetingbenches.com/2015/05/april-26-1937-guernica-spain-a-market-day/ A native of Andalusia, Pablo Picasso, was not remained indifferent to this event, and had given to rise a painting that shocked visitors in a world exposition. That artwork was painted for the Spanish pavilion at the Universal Exhibition in ...

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