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INDIAN INNER LANDSCAPES / Rajasthan

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GOPAL SWAMI KHETANCHI (1958), INDIAN REALIST PAINTER

GOPAL SWAMI KHETANCHI 1/3 – He hails from Sardarshahar town (in Churu district), and his father was a painter who worked as an art teacher. His appreciation of India’s history remains evident throughout his paintings. He grew up in Rajasthan and ventured into painting at the age of 15 (starting with portraits). He was inspired by the paintings of Leonardo ...

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IMAGES OF THE BLACK DEATH’S TIME – Until the victim became unrecognizable monster

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ERNESTO ARRISUENO (1957), PERUVIAN ARTIST – mysticaly calm

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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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MENTAL IMAGES THROUGH ART

 

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HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT I’M INTERESTING? – Sinkholes, novel page

SINKHOLES tells human stories that form the backdrop to those of two people, Petra and Jacques, the two main characters. A Slovak woman and a French sailor, both lefties, both seeking their own half unknown, where to meet. The narrative structure of the novel through mazes of anger and fear, sadness and joy, but also those of surprise and anticipation, ...

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NOT NECESSARY TO FOLLOW HIM – Waiting for Austerlitz, novel page

WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ is a novel by the misleading title. Sure, some of the stories lived by the protagonists of the book are temporally reference to the places of an ancient battle, but the narrative focus is love, timeless love from a diary, an old diary that had yellowed over the years. Pages, written by a hussar of the first ...

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SILK ROAD – Fluffy emotions, from Xi’an to Istanbul

When you are talking about the Silk Road http://www.turismocinese.it/itinerari/la-via-della-seta/ we refer to the road that allowed large western empires touching China, through Central Asia. Take that route (which links Xi’an with Istanbul), moving from east to west. Silk started all from China. Over the centuries, the path followed by the merchants has changed, so it is difficult to identify a ...

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IN THAT FROSTY MORNING IN LATE JANUARY – The Last Row / Novel page

…………………………. In that frosty morning in late January it was snowing profusely on the roads north of Rome, and preceded by three men on horseback – Angiolello da Carignano with the two warrior brothers Micozzo and Nicolò Dal Poggio – the Lord of Roncodreddo moved slowly, followed by another horse ridden by the young groom Piero Del Guado, who lead ...

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