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WHEN CREATIVITY WAS ILLUMINATED BY DREAMS

Being born is not enough. It is to be reborn that Italy awaits you The Renaissance was a historical period that marked the transition from the medieval age to the modern age in Europe, between the 15th and 16th centuries. The Renaissance was characterized by a cultural, artistic, scientific and philosophical renewal, inspired by the recovery of the values of …

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THE BREAKDOWN OF COLORS INTO SMALL POINTS OR STROKES

Knowing how to love, at the heart of every good work of art there is love We are pleased to present you five art museums selected based on the ranking based on visitor turnout. Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States, where, in New York, it offers you an artistic overview of different eras …

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PLACES THAT INSPIRED PAINTERS – Provence, Avignon, Villeneuve les Avignon and Les Angles

Masterpieces of oil painting, between realism and luminosity In the south of France, you not only find sea, lavender and perched villages. Arriving, you will discover great painters of the past who found inspiration here in nature and into the brightness of these places. In Provence https://travelfrancebucketlist.com/best-places-to-visit-in-provence/, the cities of Avignon, Villeneuve les Avignon and Les Angles have inspired numerous …

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ISLANDS, HISTORICAL PLACES AND CREATIVITY – An author’s journey together with four Filipino creatives

Not to forget what heaven is Traveling through countries other than your own allows you to meet people and explore the world from a different perspective. Furthermore, each of your trips allows you to have relationships between different cultures and to confront yourself with them. Today we visit places with rice terraces, between many Vulcans and mountains. The paradise islands …

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AT THE COURT OF AN ADVENTURE CAPTAIN – Federico da Montefeltro and the mystery of what is painted on wood

The landscapes of Piero della Francesca, between candied figs and walnuts You have probably already visited Castelluccio di Norcia and known the flowering of its meadows, discovering that they have colors similar to those used by the Renaissance painter Pietro della Francesca. Once in Urbino, we advise you to sleep in an ancient room of the SanPolo1544 https://sanpolo1544.com/, knowing the …

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A LITTLE CHURCH AND THE GIRL, BETWEEN THE COLORS OF INFINITY – Castelluccio di Norcia in the frescoes by Piero della Francesca

The fresco of the Madonna del Parto It comes from the chapel of Santa Maria di Momentana https://www.appennino-centrale.it/it/punti-di-interesse/chiesa-di-santa-maria-di-momentana, it was frescoed by Piero della Francesca around the middle of the 15th century century and can be admired in a museum. The fresco of the Madonna del Parto was intended for a country church and women in labor went there on …

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INNOVATIVE PEOPLE FROM PHILIPPINES – When genius determines a strong social impact

The archipelago where develop creative thinking Have you ever thought about what you would like to do with brushes and colors? There are those who think that painting is a means of expressing emotions; other people feel, and no experience is needed to paint. Usually, easy watercolor paints are diluted with water on a specific paper; trying it you will …

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INSIDE THE ROMAN DOLCE VITA, CREATIVELY – Seven hills, a river and six people not to be forgotten

Warm and quiet Rome, where you can be fascinated by the unexpected Our trip to Rome smells of the typical delicacies of a trattoria in Trastevere – da Enzo al 29 https://www.daenzoal29.com/ in Via dei Vascellari – but to taste its typical Roman dishes you can’t book: queue and wait, however, you will receive the most agreeable of olfactory rewards. …

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IF CREATIVITY ENTERS IN DIALOGUE WITH TRADITION – Japanese imagery, between pop minimalism and retro shades

Like origami, a way of being creative Japanese painting encompasses a wide variety of genres and styles, with ancient paintings including the murals on the interior walls of the Kondō in Ikaruga’s Hōryū-ji temple. Numerous versions of mandalas have been create as scrolls even hung on the walls of temples. At the time of the Kamakura period, the Unkei painter …

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JOURNEY TO THE ANTIPODS – Moving between curious people and places that are apparently distant

In Wonderland, to discover the other side of creativity At the antipodes of Europe and southeast of New Zealand, where a slice of the Pacific Ocean hosts the islands of the Antipodes, https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/southland/places/subantarctic-islands/antipodes-islands/. Used by Plato to denote the inhabitants of the earth diametrically opposed to Europe, Asia and Libya, the concept of antipodes requires as an inevitable condition that …

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