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USING SPECIAL OIL PAINTS, WHICH GAVE MATTE AND CLEAR TONES – Eugeniusz Zak: Pursuit for the formula of modernity through studies on the artistic tradition.

Limited colour scheme and flatness of shape. Building in which it currently resides, was erected in Warsaw in 1927–1938, but as the Museum of Fine Arts it was originally founded in 1862. In 1918, after Poland regained its independence, the National Museum https://www.mnw.art.pl/en/ was ascribed a prominent role in the plans for the new state. Today, it boasts around 830,000 …

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IMAGES IMBUED INTO PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION – Ivan Nikolaevič Kramskoi: Wealth of character-details in common people.

Democratic ideals and peasants portraits. The property is located across from the Moskva River. The Baltschug Kempinski Moscow hotel www.kempinski.com, you offers spectacular views of the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral. The history of an art gallery begins in 1856, when a merchant began to purchase works of art from Russian artists of the time. In 1892, that merchant donated …

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BRIGHTER PAINTING STYLE, THROUGH COLOUR AND MOOD – Nikolai Astrup, the lost artist of Norway.

Eerie and sublime Scandinavian landscape. From this place, you can see Bjørsetfjellet (a mountain that presents in many of the paintings of a Norwegian painter. Astruptunet http://www.artiststudiomuseum.org/studio-museums/astruptunet/, is the place where a very creative man bought his farm. In 1914, he and his family moved into a building there of logs that had only one room. Until his death, the …

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A PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN FORMS AND LINES – Gunnlauger Scheving: How people behave when they work.

When the artist develops symbolic images of the identity of man and nature. City Walk Reykjavik https://citywalk.is/ is a free walking tour. In all public swimming pools of Reykjavík, thanks to the abundance of geothermal energy, it is possible to swim outdoors throughout the year. One of the few beaches where the temperature of the water allows swimming without a …

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SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT – João de Brito: Awaken hope, speaking to the heart, through colors.

When oils stimulate the sense of sight to producing emotion and thought. In 1427, it became the second of the islands discovered by colonists from continental Portugal. São Miguel Island is the largest and most populous island in the archipelago of the Azores http://theazoresislands.blogspot.com/search/label/S%C3%A3o%20Miguel%20Island. In the early 15th century, many settlers from the historical provinces of Estremadura, Algarve and Madeira …

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WHEN YOU PAINT THE VOICE OF THE TREES – Emily Carr: The turbulent story of a genius everyone laughed at.

The woman who painted what the forest told her. Its tourist activities include surfing and fishing, whale and bear watching watching, camping and biking, swimming. Ucluelet http://ucluelet.ca/ is on a peninsula on the west coast of Vancouver Island (British Columbia). In the indigenous Nootka language, Ucluelet means people of the safe harbour. During the Full moon weekend of July, the …

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OBSERVE AND RETRACT, WHO WAS PASSING UNLESS – Norman Rockwell: A romantic chronicler, with a pencil.

The gift of condensing an entire story into an image. In this town, Museum of Arts and Culture, host exhibits cover such varying artists and subject matters. It also collaborates with performing arts troupes to present dance, dramatic and musical theater productions. Dine and Sail? Here, you too can will enjoy a unique 3-hour cruising (and dining) experience http://www.dineandsail.com, on …

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THE FATHER OF MEXICAN MODERN ART – Alfredo Ramos Martínez: Bringing arts education within the reach of people of all occupations.

Away from the academy, to paint scenes from ordinary life. For you Mexico City stay, we suggest hotel that features in the James Bond film Spectre. Crowned by a stained-glass canopy, the atrium is a fin de siècle fantasy of curved balconies, wrought-iron elevators and chirping birds in giant cages, Gran Hotel Ciudad De Mexico https://granhoteldelaciudaddemexico.com.mx/en/, flaunts the French art …

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CLOSE TO THE PRIMITIVES ARTISTS, CREATING MASTERPIECES – Víctor Delfín: Art that springs from roots, in the heart and wings in the subconscious.

When a mansion become an art-filled hotel. To know the deep roots of this country, you need two things: a place to stay and an artist who talks about the connection between art and Peruvian nature. Once home to the Peruvian sculptor, to enter Casa Taller Víctor Delfin www.secondhomeperu.com, is remaine close to an artist imaginative word. This guesthouse is …

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THE EXCEPTIONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF SOCIAL REALISM – Olga Blinder: To promote the development of creativity in education.

Incisions close to abstraction, and more painting that is introspective. Visiting Paraguay, obviously you know things you must do in Asuncion. Its national beverage, Tereré, it is an infusion of yerba mate with cold water. You can rent all the necessary equipment and enjoy a Paraguayan experience and a leisurely afternoon. If you prefer get a bite to eat, Lido …

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