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WHEN BRUSHWORK BECAME SOFT AND BLURRED – Thomas Dewing: When the purpose of the artist is to see beautifully

Also in lush gardens the Cornish Art Colony Places have memory. Their memory, deeper than the deepest waters, can be present in stone or painted on a canvas. Sometimes it is the taste of what we have eaten. Newton Lower Falls https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Boston/Newton-Lower-Falls is a village in Massachusetts, on the Charles River. The historic heart of the village (St. Mary’s Church …

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CLEAR STAINS, TO ENHANCE BRIGHTNESS – Alberto Issel: When color becomes the characteristic of creativity

Horizontal compositions and search for contrast Among other things, it sells fabrics for shirts, blankets and handkerchiefs, with fabrics ranging from cotton to Irish linen. In the center of Genoa, the Giovanni Rivara Fu Luigi 1802 shop https://www.rivara1802.it/ is world famous for its Genoese mezzari, large cotton or linen cloths, richly decorated with brightly colored flowers. Alberto Issel, a Genoese …

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GRADUALLY REVEALING A DEEPER MEANING – Helen Lundeberg: Southern Californian painter that established the Post-Surrealist movement

Moving around Post-Surrealism, Hard-edge painting and Subjective Classicism Psychological states have become objects of study not only in the scientific and medical fields but also in the artistic impact on the consciences that painters of the soul have. All this had its debut between late romanticism and realism, reaching the creative avant-garde of today, which objectify melancholy, ecstasy, and a …

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INCORPORATE DRAMATIC TENSION INTO PAINTING – Giotto di Bondone: Human face and human emotion, in both expression and gesture

Power of imaginative force, to break stylized forms of medieval art There are places where special things happen, like the roots of a tree that embrace the rock, a full moon just veiled by a cloud or a hill where a child is born destined to change the perception of painting. You can go to central Italy http://www.italia.it/en/home.html to understand …

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PAINTER, GRAPHIC, ARTIST AND ILLUSTRATOR – Jan Zrzavý: A creativity motivated by foreign and domestic landscapes

A symbolist heavily influenced by medieval art For postcard or poster sized souvenirs, do not forget its gift shop. Here you can admire this beloved artist, whose talent for expressive women helped define the Art Nouveau movement. Mucha Museum collection includes theatrical posters that established Czech painter Alphonse Mucha reputation in Paris, alongside work that brought him back to his …

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TO EXPRESS SPIRITUAL CONTENT, BY UNITING ABSTRACTION AND REALITY – Georgy Shishkin: Painter who captured the enigma of Russia

A Russian master of modern portraiture You will need to get a government permit, if you want to visit for yourself. Layers of the mineral carnallite cause its surreal swirls. Entering Yekaterinburg Psychedelic Salt Mines https://weirdrussia.com/2014/06/20/psychedelic-salt-mines-of-yekaterinburg/, you too will consider it is hard to believe that colored dizzying patterns are completely natural. Here, you can admire paint rivers color on …

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A CLEVER BLEND OF BEAUTY, INNOCENCE AND FRAGILITY – Minjae Lee: Always experimenting new materials and ways to do things

Finding inspiration in human face, abstract movement and color Its underground markets, always pulse with a chaotic and old world vibe. Here, “pali pali” (meaning quick, quick), it is a way of life. With its pulsing creative energy, Seoul (the Asian city that never sleeps), moves at a pace that rivals the world’s busiest. Near the Han River (to the …

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REALISTIC NUDES IN SLIGHTLY IMPRESSIONIST MANNER – Okada Saburōsuke: Following the trend of the era, he studied Western style painting

Western style painting and steel plate printmaking techniques This part of Japan is famous for its ornate ceramic ware. Dainty Saga Prefecture is a on the island of Kyushu, known for its capital city which is also called Saga. Its Yoshinogari Park is one of the main archeological wonders, where you will find settlements from the Yayoi Period (from 300 …

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A PHOTOGRAPHER OF EXTRAORDINARY CHARACTER AND INDEPENDENCE – Hannah Maynard: Pioneer photographer of the Far West

One of British Columbia’s first professional photographers In its Empress Hotel, people still gather for afternoon tea. At the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is influenced by the mildest climate in the whole of Canada. Here you can visit a downtown area (set around the Inner Harbour), which retains its Victorian heritage buildings and atmosphere. Hannah Maynard, pioneer photographer …

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FEMALE NUDES IN OUTDOOR SETTINGS – Edwin Holgate: Splendidly painted nudes, without cosmetics

Setting a new fashion in nudism away from French decadence Obviously, you absolutely cannot miss trying its traditional dish called poutine. Stop in Bonsecours Market (its oldest and the biggest market). If you want to discover the French province of Canada, this is definitely a place to start, because Montreal https://www.timeout.com/montreal/things-to-do/best-things-to-do-in-montreal is the biggest city in Quebec Region. Vieux Montreal …

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