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GABRIEL METSU (1629/1667), DUTCH PAINTER – Painted old people and young single women

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PAINTING THE DUTCH GOLDEN AGE

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DARIA PETRILLI – ride between dreams

DARIA PETRILLI 1/4 – She was in 1970, in Rome, Italy. After graduating with an MA in Communication and Design at the Università La Sapienza, she took on various agency roles as a graphic designer and illustrator in Rome. Later she moved to London, where she completed a Diploma in Experimental Illustration at the LCC – part of the University of ...

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DARIA PETRILLI (1970), ITALIAN PAINTER – sublimate feminine beauty

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MANY GROTESQUE HUMAN FACES – Francis Bacon

FRANCIS BACON 1/3 – Born to an English family in Dublin, he was the second of five children and his father was a former army officer. Borrowing inspiration from Surrealism and Old Masters, he forged his personal style, that made him one of the most recognized exponents of figurative art until the 1950s. In post-war art he produced some of ...

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FRANCIS BACON (1909/1992), ENGLISH PAINTER – When the output become variation on a single motif

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PERCEIVING THE WORLD IN NEW WAYS – London’s Art Shows 2017

Creativity? It is the act of turning new ideas into reality. Also your creativity is characterised by the ability to perceive the world in new ways.You too can make connections between unrelated phenomena, generating solutions http://creativity-online.com/ The Creativity Geneplore Model have a generative phase (where an individual constructs mental representations), and an exploratory phase (where those structures are used to ...

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AMAZING SECRET PLACES IN LONDON

Step beyond the queues of London’s tourist, to its quirkier side, because the town reserves any number of hidden treasures, but only for those who know how to wander off the beaten track, and far from the usual clichés. Step beyond the queues of London’s tourist, to its quirkier side. Enjoy a night (out somewhere different), this weekend and discover ...

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LONDON UNDERGROUND PLACES

At the time construction was extremely difficult, thanks to the muddy silt. The Thames Tunnel was the first successful one. http://www.brunel-museum.org.uk/history/the-thames-tunnel/ You too can see what London Underground reopened: the remains of the bunker that Winston Churchill used to hide (during WWII), and the entrance to the first underwater tunnel ever constructed. Tours run every Tuesday afternoon. We can meet ...

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LONDON UNDERGROUND PAINTINGS

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