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WORLD OF SPACE AND SILENCE – Jean Paul Lemieux, colored and serene universe

JEAN PAUL LEMIEUX 1/3 – He is considered one of the most important Québec artists of the 20th century. He was born in Quebec City and is admitted to the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, where he won several awards. Growing up in both English and French speaking enviroment, he had all the advantages of privileged childhood. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEU3PXwPAE4 In 1914 ...

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JEAN PAUL LEMIEUX (1904/1990), CANADIAN PAINTER – When painting means to achieve soothingly pleasant dream-like state

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ALEX COLVILLE (1920/2013), CANADIAN PAINTER – When the slow and patient process of painting begins

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JAMES WILSON MORRICE (1865/1924), CANADIAN PAINTER – Painting in broad areas of harmonious color with detail kept to the minimum

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TEODOR AXENTOWICZ (1859/1938), POLISH PAINTER – Wonderful portraits and subtle scenes of life set in the Carpathians

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JACEK MALCZEWSKI (1854/1929), POLISH PAINTER – Painting the ideals of independence, traditions, folk mythology, as well love of the natural environment

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THE TERRIFYNG ART AND THE SAD LIFE STORY OF POLISH PAINTER – Zdzisław Beksiński

ZDZISLAW BEKSINSKI 1/3 – He never provided names (nor explanations) for any of his paintings. He was born in Sanok (southern Poland), http://www.muzeum.sanok.pl/pl/ where he started in architecture, but hated it and became a painter. In 50s he spent a few years working as a supervisor at construction sites for Autosan bus factory. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/04/wonderful-sanoks-landscapes-poland/ Painting on hardwood boards he prepared ...

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ZDZISLAW BEKSINSKI (1929/2005), POLISH PAINTER – I wish to paint in such a manner as if I were photographing dreams

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THE EXOTIC PAINTER WHO CAME FROM THE EAST – Tsuguharu Foujita, between naked woman and a multitude of cats

TSUGUHARU FOUJITA 1/3 – He (Japanese-born French painter) was born in Tokyo in 1886. He developed a very personal style of painting, which is open to the influence of Gauguin and Symbolism, painting with stylized shapes, shadows and a clear palette. He preferred the ink to Japanese technique, giving prominence to the line, instead of the volume.     TSUGUHARU FOUJITA ...

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TSUGUHARU FOUJITA (1886/1962), JAPANESE PAINTER – Blending traditional Japanese art with European Modernism in a unique manner

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