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BARTOLOME’ ESTEBAN MURILLO (1618/1682), SPANISH PAINTER – The admiration of Europe, unknown and less esteemed in his land

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TO KEEP YOUR BALANCE, YOU MUST KEEP MOVING – John Charles Cleary, the creative man that listen Albert Einstein

JOHN CHARLES CLEARY 1/3 – He (the first of three children), was born and raised in Coventry (UK), and his family moved to Ireland in 1970’s, where pursued his studies in chemistry, by training and has spent many years in the design and manufacture of premium domestic appliances. JOHN CHARLES CLEARY 2/3 – John Charles Cleary has always had a …

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JOHN CHARLES CLEARY, ENGLISH ARTIST– When the life is like riding a coloured bicycle

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THE UNPREDICTABLE WORLD OF A PAINTER – Carlo Salomoni, becoming a professional painter, with a degree in general surgery

CARLO SALOMONI 1/3 – He is an Italian artist, born in December day in Ferrara. He is a graduate from the medical faculty, but decides to leave the medical activity, becoming a professional artist. His paintings are mentioned in art catalogues and auctions. All his paints, have origin in surrealism, art fantasy and magic realism. Looking his paints, you can …

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CARLO SALOMONI, ITALIAN PAINTER – Where reality and fantasy are melted and collide beautifully

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WHEN MUSICAL ATMOSPHERE THEY UNDERSTOOD ARTIST’S LIFE – Cecilia Beaux: the painter’s pilgrimage of a woman

CECILIA BEAUX 1/3 – She – an American society portraitist – have a passionate determination to overcome every obstacle, and really become one of the most famous portrait painters of her era. At age 16, she began art lessons, and produced decorative art and small portraits (also gave private art lessons). In 1876, Beaux began attending the Pennsylvania Academy of …

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CECILIA BEAUX (1855/1942), AMERICAN PAINTER – She considered herself a New Woman

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HE WORRIED WOULD BE KNOWN ONLY AS A PAINTER OF FISH – William Merrit Chase, the gifted witness painter of his era

WILLIAM MERRIT CHASE 1/3 – He showed an early interest in art, and was known as an exponent of Impressionism. He was a gifted witness to his era, gathering impressions of late nineteenth-century city life. Its father moved the family to Indianapolis, and employed his son in the family business. William Merritt Chase was born on a November day, and …

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WILLIAM MERRIT CHASE (1849/1916), AMERICAN PAINTER – The noble sense of color

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THE SON OF A TEXTILE MANUFACTURER, ABLE TO MAKE COLORED EMOTIONS – The dramatic creative metamorphosis of Charles Sims

CHARLES SIMS 1/3 – The son of a textile manufacturer, he also works as part of the curtains, but soon he joined the South Kensington College of Art (then he was in Paris to further his studies of painting and decorating). Back again to London to join the Royal Academy School, he was expelled in 1895, two years later. In …

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