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SOMETHING BRIGHT AND FUN – Yuki Ogura, a very prolific artist

A Japanese Modern & Contemporary artist The warmth and humanity in her work, makes she endearing to audiences. Her maiden name was Yuki Mizoguchi. Yuki Ogura http://www.artnet.com/artists/yuki-ogura/ was born in Ōtsu city (Shiga Prefecture), into a March day, in 1895. Her home-studio were located in Kamakura, where she lived to the age of 105. Her work has been offered at …

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POPULIST ART AND MARGINALIZED SOCIETY – Onib Olmedo and his expressionistic figurative paintings

A leading figure in Philippine expressionism Prior to his death, he had received critical acclaim for his work both in his country and abroad. Onib Olmedo http://www.artnet.com/artists/onib-olmedo/ died in 1996, when he was only 59 years old, but his impact in the art scene continues to be felt on his country. As evidenced by a whole new generation of artists …

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TIMELESESS THEMES INTO 20TH CENTURY ROOTED PAINTINGS – Simon Quadrat, the unguarded moment’s painter

When childhood all supplement memory, feeding imagination If you are looking for London‘s Naive Art Museums, you need to know about the British Folk Art Collection https://britishfolkartcollection.org.uk/origins-of-the-collection/. In 1993, the Peter Moores Foundation http://www.roh.org.uk/support/trusts-and-foundations/peter-moores-foundation acquired the Collection, now housed in Compton Verney (Warwickshire). Upon entering the Tate London Museum https://www.tate.org.uk/art/art-terms/n/naive-art, you will find that naive art refers to artists who …

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THE HUMAN REPRESENTATIONS OF AN INNOVATIVE ARTIST – Jatin Das, human forms and colors full of emotional nuances

Painting around the man-woman relationship In 2012, he was conferred the India’s highest civilian award for his contribution to art. He is counted with reverence among India’s contemporary artists, shining like the northern star in the various venues of creative expression. Starting 2001, Jatin Das mural The Journey of India https://www.inditales.com/visiting-the-parliament/, waiting for you at Indian Parliament, in Delhi. Counted …

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THE PICTORIAL REALISM OF A PIEDMONTESE PAINTER – Carlo Pittara, a great naturalist painter

Remain faithful to a visual interpretation of reality Born in Turin in 1835, Carlo Pittara https://www.valutazionearte.it/artisti/pittara-carlo/ studied there at the Royal Albertina Academy of Fine Arts. In 1856. he presented one of his paintings in an exhibition of fine art in Turin. Moving to Geneva, he completed his artistic training as an animalist painter there. During his stay in Paris, …

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A DYNAMIC AND FREE BRUSHWORK, INTO REALISTICALLY PAINTED IMAGES – George Bellows, a painter able to straddle both the academic and progressive movements

Action scenes, expressive portraits and seascapes Portraiture immortalizes a person through the face, but more specifically with his eyes, the mirror of his soul. Posture and gestures also contribute to creatively inspire the painter, helping him to focus and capture what a subject tells him without speaking, such as contagious happiness or imprisoned sadness. Welcome to Columbus, in Ohio. Its …

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A PAINTER OUT OF THE SCHEMES – Giorgio Morandi, the painter who transforms the environment into works of art

A formal rigor imbued with meditation and contemplation Having become one of the most original protagonists of Italian painting of the twentieth century, he is considered among the greatest world engravers. The works of Cézanne and Picasso influenced him. Born in Bologna into a July day 1890, Giorgio Morandi https://www.focus.it/cultura/arte/giorgio-morandi studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, studying …

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WHEN ART IS THE THRILLING, SPARK THAT BEATS DEATH – Brett Whiteley: Ready for the appointment on time with the beauty

The art of being able to leave an accurate record of what you do not know At the end of 1960 he moved to London, where produced a series of abstractions, also bought by the Tate gallery. Under the influence of Francis Bacon, he abandoned his early abstract style in favor of a more figurative Expressionism. Educated at the Scots …

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THE MANY FACES OF A SPANISH WHO DID NOT BECOME A WRITER – Eduardo Arroyo and his neo-figurative art

When a word is an image and a painting is a word Thanks to its collection of over 8,600 paintings, the Prado National Museum in Madrid https://www.museodelprado.es/en can help to leave an indelible mark on your travel memories. Imagining it in this way, you will need to associate in your mind a special itinerary of at least ten masterpieces. Starting …

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FASCINATE THE WORLD, WITH THE MANY FACETS OF ART – Salvatore Fiume, the all-round artist

A complete creative, capable of declining his skills in the many fields of art In the southwestern part of the Province of Ragusa, Comiso awaits you https://www.paesionline.it/italia/cosa-vedere-comiso, with a Buddhist monument (the Pagoda of Peace) located in front of a former missile base. In Piazza Fonte Diana, with foundations resting on a Roman bath, the eighteenth-century Palazzo Comunale houses a …

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