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MEETING BENCHES /AUTHOR’S TRAVEL – United States coast to coast art trip, from pictorial aesthetics to faceless figures

Cradle of American History, Massachusetts is also called the heart of New England. With the contributions of colonists and sailors, immigrants and artists, after almost four hundred years the historical heritage of this state has taken shape. You will visit Boston, the city, which has thrived for centuries in a vibrant multicultural atmosphere, walking along the Freedom Trail (2-mile-long red ...

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AMERICAN ART TRIP – Crossing the United States, coast to coast

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MEETING BENCHES / AUTHOR’S TRAVELS – Many ways to perceive the art soul of Spain

There are many ways how to perceive the soul of a nation, but what fascinates us is art and natural riches. Traveling by car through Iberian Peninsula, we will drive more than 2730 km, but each of those 27 hours will be accompanied by the memory (and the expectation) of the places, which marked the birth and growth of the ...

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MEETING BENCHES / AUTHOR’S TRAVELS – 1520 km and 16 hours of driving to know four shades of French pictorial creativity

You need to spend at least a week on this trip. You will need to use the car for at least 15 hours, but you will not be disappointed. https://www.amazon.com/Lonely-Planet-France-Travel-Guide/dp/1786573253/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_14_img_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=4833MHKFBDK8JDVJDB6F Four masters of French painting are waiting for you in art museums, in small and big cities and also in a cemetery, to tell extraordinary stories of their pictorial creativity. ...

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EUGENE LOUIS BOUDIN (1824-1898), FRENCH PAINTER – The coastal landscapes of northern France full of clouds and blue shades

THE PAINTER OF SKY AND CLOUDS – Eugene Louis Boudin: brilliance of colors and well-proportioned details EUGENE LOUIS BOUDIN 1/3 – He was born in Honfleur in 1824 to a family of humble origins. In the town of Le Havre, before he opened a color store and devoted himself to painting, he had worked at a printing company. In order ...

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FRENCH ART’S LANDSCAPESES – From Paris to Saint-Rémy-de-Provence: following real art itinerary

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MEETING BENCHES / AUTHOR’S TRAVELS – From Düsseldorf to Augsburg, through creativity of four German painters

AUGUST FRIEDRICH SIEGERT– His paintings are characterized by real and unpretentious sense as by loving conduct. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CSDgOWzTGM He was extremely popular artist Düsseldorf, that is not only an international financial center, but it’s also a city with long history, rich art and lively culture. Take a look at the best museums to visit while you are in the city: Kunstsammlung ...

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MUSEUM OF CARTOON ART AND CARICATURE / WARSAW – Your open resource to the history of caricature

The museum’s archives are a resource for art historians and press publishing companies and it is an open resource to anybody, who is interested in the history of caricature. Its collections include over 20 thousands of works of Polish and foreign artists (the works included both contemporary and archive materials). The Eryk Lipiński Museum of Caricature (named after its founder) ...

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JOURNEY UNTIL SANOK / POLAND – Museums, Trial of Icons and the beauty of the nature

In 1900 this little town had 6123 inhabitants (30% Jewish). After World War I, Sanok was incorporated into the Polish Republic. http://www.staypoland.com/about_sanok.htm After Word War II, the town’s large population of Jews were almost all murdered during the holocaust. Tomasz Sylwester Beksiński (a popular Polish radio presenter) was born here, such as his father Zdzisław Beksiński (the painter specializing in ...

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THE CITY WHERE NOT COMPLY PERSPECTIVE RULES – Hlebine / Croatia: colors and shapes of innocence

Hlebine is in municipality of Koprivnica-Križevci County (Croatia) and its population earns for living from agricultural production. However, this town is also the center of Croatian naive art, the form of visual art, which is created by a person, who lacks the formal education and training. The characteristics of this art is not respect the rules of the perspective. The ...

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