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A CREATIVE VISION NOT TOUCHED BY FASHIONS – Thomas Eakins, a leader of American naturalism

Paint with penetration, depth and subtlety Departing from Penn’s Landing, with Spirit of Philadelphia Dinner Cruise https://www.spiritcruises.com/philadelphia/cruises/dinner-cruises get ready for three hours of fun, with an dinner cruise and city skyline views. If you are looking for a romantic night on the water, or enjoying the company of old friends. Only in this way, you can truly say that you …

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BETWEEN IMAGINATION AND ABSTRACTION – Carlo Carrà, the revolutionary who had a limit, beyond which there was something more

When a puppet symbolized the destruction of the era of false beauty In Piedmont, on the northwestern border with the hills of the Monferrato Casalese, Quargnento http://www.comune.quargnento.al.it/ is a municipality in the Alessandria plain. Among its monuments, you will find the minor Basilica of San Dalmazio, one of the most important ecclesiastical examples in the province. In the Vallerina Street, …

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A DIVERSE LIFE – The Krishna Hawlaji Ara intuitive art, imaginative and improvised

The urgency for the honest expression of form Indian vernacular art, based on the traditions and the religion, is based on the collective memory of this group. Painting has a long history in Indian art. Its earliest paintings were the rock paintings in Bhimbetka rock shelters http://www.mptourism.com/tourist-places/bhimbetka-caves-rock-shelters.html. Indian paintings can be classified as murals, miniatures and paintings on cloth. Traces …

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THE MYSTERIOUS SPLENDOR OF PICTORIAL NEGATIVITY – Parmigianino, an innate mannerist disposition in the shadow of the Renaissance

Where present fades into eternity and unreal timeless dimension Following in the footsteps of Parmigianino, we propose you to get to know him through the places that preserve the memory of the creative fruits of this painter, born in Parma in 1503. Your itinerary begins outside the city, in the Castle of Fontanellato, in which he frescoed the bedroom of …

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A NEW LOOSELY BRUSHED, HIGHLY TONED STYLE – Julian Alden Weir and his less formal style full of Japanese prints

When watercolor, pastel, and printmaking allow greater expressive freedom Branchville is a municipality in the United States of America, located in the state of New Jersey. To discover its charm, nothing better than staying in one of the holiday homes https://www.vrbo.com/it-it/case-vacanze/stati-uniti-damerica/new-jersey/contea-di-sussex/branchville available in this relaxing destination. The country house and the studio of the painter Julian Alden Weir https://www.nps.gov/wefa/learn/historyculture/jaldenweir.htm are …

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THE INVESTIGATIVE SENSE OF REALITY – Antonio López García, father of the hyper-realistic school in Madrid

Realism in Spanish painting Tomelloso http://www.tomelloso.es/, a Spanish municipality located in the province of Ciudad Real, is made up of arid land where plantations of vines and cereals extend. In its Spanish Steps, in the second half of the seventeenth century, a hotel for travelers had been built, the Posada de los Portales, which retains its original structure with long …

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IN DIFFERENT MEDIA – Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, one of the key figures in the emergence of the ‘Glasgow Style’ in the 1890s

Glasgow style and Viennese Art Nouveau  English painter, illustrator and decorator operating in Scotland, she is also remembered for her important interior designs, made with her husband. She was born in Tipton, near Wolverhampton (metropolitan district of the English West Midlands) on a day of November 1864. The beginning of her artistic career reflects experimental features. Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh‘s https://www.posterlounge.com/artists/margaret-macdonald-mackintosh/ …

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PERFECTLY PAINTING PARISIAN LIFE, BETWEEN BOULEVARDS AND CAFES – Jean Béraud, the most Parisian of the Impressionists

A gallant painter man, always guided by the highest precepts of honor and taste He enjoyed success throughout his career, though he was forgotten at the time of his death, due to a general lack of interest in Belle Époque painters. He was one of Marcel Proust’s witnesses in a duel that took place in 1897, due to an article …

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A CREATIVE STILL WATER, OF PROFOUND DEPTH – Laurits Andersen Ring: Drew on the Danish tradition of folk art

When your own oeuvre remains as your essence As you can see, in his paintings he often has placed the horizontal line high. Today there are examples of his work at every Danish art museum, including the Hirschsprung Collection in Copenhagen. In 1900, he received the bronze medal at the World’s Fair in Paris for his painting In the Garden …

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AN INFORMAL AND NOT IDEALIZED STYLE – Andrea del Sarto, the painter with no errors

Sophisticated and exciting value of tone-setting For our first purchase, we entered a shop located at 17 in via Aretina. Obviously, in an online store https://www.unique-canvas.com/artprints/artist-sandro-botticelli.html, you can request the painting you prefer. Considered the most famous exponent of the early Florentine Renaissance, he was born in Florence in 1445, right in the same city where the Paolo Tonda Corniceria …

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