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CLAUDE MONET, MORE THAN JUST A FOUNDER OF IMPRESSIONIST PAINTING

CLAUDE MONET 1/3 – One of his most famous Spring-related pieces is titled The Spring. In order to capture the changing of light and the passing of the seasons, his ambition of documenting the countryside led him to adopt a method of painting – the same scene many times. The Earth was Monet’s muse. He was more than just a ...

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WHEN PAINTINGS REVEAL AFFINITY FOR THE SEASON OF NEW BEGINNINGS – The Claude Monet’s Springs

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BREATHE WITH YOUR EYES – Paint the spring

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TRANSLATING BODILY SENSATION INTO A VISUAL LANGUAGE – The strange bodies of Maria Lassnig

MARIA LASSNIG 1/3 – She was an Austrian artist, known for her theory of body awareness. The starting-point while painting: the only true reality are her feelings, played out within the confines of her body. She, one of the most significant and innovative painters on the contemporary art scene was born in Carinthia in 1919. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/03/carinthias-inner-landscapes/ Her mother gave birth ...

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MARIA LASSNIG (1919/2014), AUSTRIAN PAINTER – The body awareness

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HE BEGINS LOOKING AT THE EMPTY CANVAS – Nicolai Fechin, the man who painted with whatever he could, including his hands

NICOLAI FECHIN 1/3 – He is a Russian-American painter known for his portraits and works featuring Native Americans. He was born in Kazan (Russia). After graduating at the Imperial Academy of Arts and traveling Europe, he returned to Kazan, where he taught and painted. He was infected with tuberculosis and with his family settled in Taos, New Mexico, for a ...

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NICOLAI FECHIN (1881/1955), RUSSIAN PAINTER – His only job was to fill spaces with harmony and balance

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PAINTING BETRAYAL AND ALCOHOLISM – Willem de Kooning, forcing the traits in figurative and abstract mode

WILLEM DE KOONING 1/3 – He worked in a paint company attending evening classes at the art school in Rotterdam and the academies of Brussels and Antwerp. In 1926, this Dutch–American man travelled as a stowaway illegally to US. Since 1928, he began painting still lifes and compositions with figures, which reflect the school of Paris. Starting from 1935 he ...

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WILLEM DE KOONING (1904/1997), AMERICAN PAINTER – Action painting and women with neurotic faces

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IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO HAVE CHILDHOOD – The second childhood of Yoshiro Tachibana

YOSHIRO TACHIBANA 1/3 – Born in Sanda (Kobe) as a son of painter, he was taught to paint by his father, interested in Cezanne and Rouault. http://www.yoshirotachibana.com/ In1962 he went to study at the School of Arts in Tokyo. In1971, he left Japan and traveled to Germany, where he showed interest in the contemporary German painters. In 1973, he arrived ...

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