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SEARCHIN FOR FORMS AND COLOUR OF HIS COUNTRY – Martin Benka: where people lived in communion with nature

MARTIN BENKA 1/3 – Searching for forms and colours of Slovakia, he would visit regions where people lived in communion with nature. He was born in 1888, inside a September day, in the family of an carpenter with a small farm, as the youngest of six children living. Modesty and sensitive towards people taught him by his mother (a model …

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MARTIN BENKA (1888/1971), SLOVAK PAINTER – Its purpose was to combine the cooperation of different kinds of art

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BASING BACKGROUND COLOURS ON THE COLOURS YOU FEEL – David Hockney, painting while listening music

DAVID HOCKNEY 1/3 – He was born in Bradford, England, in 1937, and attended art school in London before moving to Los Angeles in the 1960s, where he painted his famous swimming pool paintings. English painter, but also photographer and stage designer. He made apparent his facility as a draughtsman while studying at Bradford School of Art.         DAVID HOCKNEY …

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DAVID HOCKNEY, ENGLISH PAINTER – Synesthetic colours in response to musical impulses

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THE PAINTER THAT ENCOURAGED THE CAREERS OF EXPERIMENTAL ARTISTS – William Rothensteing: when art training should encourage flexibility

WILLIAM ROTHENSTEIN 1/3 – He was an English painter, but also printmaker, lecturer, and writer on art. His father was emigrated from Germany in 1859, to work in Bradford textile industry. His style and subject varies, through certain themes reappear. He took a keen interest in the work of young artists (and this included Augustus John).                         WILLIAM ROTHENSTEIN 2/3 …

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WILLIAM ROTHENSTEIN (1872/1945), ENGLISH PAINTER – Paint with fears, about loss of facility in draughtsmanship

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WHERE YOU CAN PERCEIVE COLORED STEPS, INTO A WORLD OF PASSION AND BEAUTY – The wonderful world of Stephanie Clair

STEPHANIE CLAIR 1/3 – Yes, it is like to see through a new set of lenses. Raised in upstate NY, after high school she moved to Virginia where she got a BFA in painting/design at Old Dominion University. A Modern Day Romantic Artist? Maybe, but when you see her paintings, you can perceive her colored steps into a world of …

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STEPHANIE CLAIR, AMERICAN PAINTER – Let the world become light

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THE CLASSICALLY-EDUCATED HUMANIST SCHOLAR, NAMED PETER PAUL – Rubens, the man able to be painter, art collector and diplomat

Vitruvian Man created by Leonardo da Vinci is a design, where a man in two overlapped positions (with arms and legs spread wide), is inscribed in a circle and a square. https://leonardodavinci.stanford.edu/submissions/clabaugh/history/leonardo.html Throughout the centuries, that image has become a cultural icon. Perfectly proportioned, the symmetry of the human anatomy is correlated with the symmetry of the universe. That man …

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PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577/1640), DUTCH PAINTER – The prince of painters and the painter of princes

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