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AROUND THE AOSHIMA’S UNIVERSE – My work feels like strands of my thoughts that have flown around the universe before coming back to materialise

When your geographical horizon extends – for business or pleasure – you have the wonderful opportunity to hear you inside, like the perfectly proportioned man (created by Leonardo da Vinci), correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. What you see, hear, eat and feel, it’s all inside the Vitruvian approach to life. We have the …

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XAVIER GOSE’ I ROVIRA (1876/1915), SPANISH PAINTER – Between Art Nouveau and Art Déco styles

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BETWEEN ART NOUVEAU AND ART DECO STYLES – Xavier Gosè I Rovira: the creative imprint on a generation of artists

XAVIER GOSE I ROVIRA 1/4 – He provided illstrations for several well-known magazines. Gosé’s oeuvre has been defined as something between modernisme and art deco. A frequent customer at “Els Quatre Gats”, he held an exhibition of his drawings, then, he moved to Paris. XAVIER GOSE’ I ROVIRA 2/4 – The artist was inspired by the everyday of cafès-concert, midinettes, …

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GEORGE TSUI – Forbidden city and exotic birds

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THE GEORGE’S ROMANTIC MODELS – The Chinese themes inside paintings of George Tsui

GEORGE TSUI 1/2 – George was born in Hong Kong, and moved to New York in the late 60s, studying first at the School of Visual Arts, and later majoring in oil painting at the Art Students League. Chinese themes filled his imagination. After twenty years in New York, George Tsui set out on a creative journey into China, in …

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GEORGES DE LA TOUR (1593/1652), FRENCH PAINTER – Mystical night scenes, with candle, torch, or lantern

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IN A REALISTIC MANNER – Georges de la Tour: using of simple lighting, like candles, in a realistic manner

GEORGES DE LA TOUR 1/4 – He was born as the son of the master baker Jean de la Tour and Sibylle Mélian in Vic-sur-Seille. In 1618, he married Diane Le Nerf, the daughter of the duke of Lorraine. He was a good and ambitious businessman, who soon became famous and wealthy and had a large workshop with numerous assistants. …

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PAUL SIGNAC (1863/1935), FRENCH PAINTER – Paint with square color touches, like the tiles of a mosaic

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ALONG THE WATER – Paul Signac: attention to avant-garde painting, between scientific rigor and emotional values

PAUL SIGNAC 1/4 – He is an artist who has given birth – along with Georges Seurat – the painting technique of Pointillism. The life of this Parisian artist, in love with the French Riviera, is like a catalog of exhibitions dedicated to him regularly: paintings, watercolors and drawings by an artist in love with the color. PAUL SIGNAC 2/4 …

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LUCAS CRANACH THE ELDER (1472/1553), GERMAN PAINTER – Portraits, religious and mythological subjects, painting the Protestant Reformation era

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