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WHERE WOMEN SEEM TO BE MERGING WITH THEIR ENVIRONMENT: Miho Hirano, where artistic fantasy art is inhabited by ephemeral women

MIHO HIRANO 1/4 – She began painting in 2008, and studied at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo. Female faces (mostly teenagers), living in her nature. MIHO HIRANO 2/4 – The delicacy of creative originality, drives the artist to paint oil paintings, where she prefers female subjects, immersed in the joyousness of nature. The artist leaves nothing to chance what …

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MIHO HIRANO, JAPANESE PAINTER: Breathing Japan, with colorful shades of tenderness

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ANTONIO BUENO (1918/1984), ITALIAN PAINTER: Telling the inner world, so kind and gentle, with color shades clean and accurate

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THE LONGEST SEASON OF LIFE: Antonio Bueno. A trip to Italy to find the dolls who felt he had, but he could not see

ANTONIO BUENO 1/4 – Being born from Spanish father and Polish mother, in Berlin, without imagining dying Italian. Hone the creative talent in Switzerland, France and Italy – so atypical and original – confronting the post-impressionism and abstract art, but also with the pop and neo-Dadaism, always attracted by comparison with its innovative character. ANTONIO BUENO 2/4 – The man …

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AUTUMN SHADES IN THE ART: Twenty painters, twenty shades of creativity, in a same season

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ANTONIETTA RAPHAEL (1895/1975), LITHUNIAN PAINTER: Strong creative suggestions, in a garden of colorful memories

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ANTONIETTA RAPHAEL: combined compositive deformations, suspended in between the Naïve and the Chagallian oneiric fantasy

ANTONIETTA RAPHAEL 1/4 – Born in Lithuania, by Jewish parents and grow up in London (where he learned the secrets of sculpture by Jacob Epstein), Paris and Rome. Attend the Academy of Fine Arts and married an Italian painter, generating three daughters creative: a journalist, a writer and a designer. She produced portraits and landscapes, always characterised by a formal …

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GEORGES SEURAT (1859/1891), FRENCH PAINTER: The importance of colors and their complementary shades

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PAINTING WITH SMALL TOUCHES – Georges Seurat: capture the light, to draw emotions

GEORGES SEURAT 1/4 – Even as a child he loves to paint, but will be an uncle and a sculptor men that will transform the nature of creativity. He attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, but it is a book – the contrast of colors – what defines his artistic horizon. For him, the lack of detail, and the immobility of …

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MILVIA BOTTICELLI, ITALIAN PAINTER: Female figures painted, one by one, make up the objective reality of the female universe

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