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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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YOSHIRO TACHIBANA (1941/2016), NAIF JAPANESE PAINTER – Be eccentric now. Do not wait to be old

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FABIAN PEREZ – style he calls Emotionalism

FABIAN PEREZ 1/4 – He was born in 1967 and raised in Campana, not far from Buenos Aires, the capital city. rom the age of nine, he started expressing himself through visual arts – drawing remarkably advanced sketches and portraits of his friends and family. Fabian’s early years were extraordinarily difficult and painful, spent in the company of intensely conflicted …

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FABIAN PEREZ (1967), ARGENTINIAN PAINTER – Experience the heat of PASSION

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FOCUSING ON LIGHT AS AN ELEMENT OF THE PICTURE – Emilio Pettoruti, oscillating between the lyrical and the spiritual

EMILIO PETTORUTI 1/3 – He was born in La Plata in a prosperous middle-class Italian family. He dropped out of his local Academy of Fine Arts, when he was a teenager, becoming one of Argentina’s most prominent 20th-century painters. In 1913, he was awarded a travel scholarship to Italy (where he studied Renaissance painters in Florence). His 1924 cubist exhibition …

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EMILIO PETTORUTI (1892/1971), ARGENTINIAN PAINTER – without gauchos, cows and horses

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ARGENTINIAN PAINTING LANDSCAPES: JULIO LE PARC – When Art is conducive to stimulate societal change

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THE SHADES OF SEXUALITY, THE COLORS OF ELEGANCE – Giovanni Boldini and alluring atmosphere of the Belle Epoque

GIOVANNI BOLDINI 1/3 – He enjoyed a long and successful artistic career. Born in Ferrara, with his artist-father, he was trained by Italian Renaissance masters from childhood. At the age of 20, he studied in Florence at the Scuola of the nude. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJBiflv1r9s He started the 20th century as one of the best-known Italian painters. He began to paint society …

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GIOVANNI BOLDINI (1842/1931), ITALIAN PAINTER – A style that evolves over time

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