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HYON GYON, KOREAN PAINTER – The traditional Korean shamanistic imagery in the large-scale paintings of a woman

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KOREAN LANDSCAPES

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CANADIAN SOUNDS – The diverse influences, which have shaped the music

Canada has been inhabited by Aboriginal people from variety of different cultures, where each of the aboriginal communities had their own musical traditions. Canada’s music industry is the sixth largest in the world, producing many internationally renowned artists, but the music of Canada gives you the diverse influences, as have shaped this country with the contribute of Aboriginals, the Irish, ...

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TRAVEL QUIBEC

To get to Quebec you can arrive by plane to its major airports (Quebec City or Montreal), but this province can also be accessed by car or beautiful train network. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/04/stunning-canadian-landscapes-quebec-region/ Things to do? Stroll Old Québec: you can walk along the fortified walls surrounding this town, visiting various notable historical sites, such as Petit-Champlain District and Place Royale, the ...

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THE DIVINERS – Romance, by Margaret Laurence

She began writing short stories shortly after her marriage. Jean Margaret Laurence was born in 1926. She was a Canadian novelist, one of the major figures in Canadian literature. In 1944 she attended Winnipeg’s United College (an arts and theology college associated with the University of Manitoba). She became associated with the intellectual movement the “Social Gospel”, which remained important ...

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EXISTENTIALIST IDEAS MADE WITHOUT EMBARRASSMENT – Milton Acorn: Cold bundles within falling heavens

His power comes from images always drawn from everyday Island life. Milton James Rhode Acorn was a Canadian poet. He was born in Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) and was a World War II veteran. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/04/stunning-canadian-landscapes-quebec-region/ In Montreal he published his early poems in an political magazine. With a radical personality and strong working-class sentiments, he translated these elements into his ...

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WORLD OF SPACE AND SILENCE – Jean Paul Lemieux, colored and serene universe

JEAN PAUL LEMIEUX 1/3 – He is considered one of the most important Québec artists of the 20th century. He was born in Quebec City and is admitted to the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, where he won several awards. Growing up in both English and French speaking enviroment, he had all the advantages of privileged childhood. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEU3PXwPAE4 In 1914 ...

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JEAN PAUL LEMIEUX (1904/1990), CANADIAN PAINTER – When painting means to achieve soothingly pleasant dream-like state

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ALEX COLVILLE (1920/2013), CANADIAN PAINTER – When the slow and patient process of painting begins

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JAMES WILSON MORRICE (1865/1924), CANADIAN PAINTER – Painting in broad areas of harmonious color with detail kept to the minimum

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