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PAINTING THE FEMALE UNIVERSE: When abstract and timeles art can show the mystery of the inner spirit

MILVIA BOTTICELLI 1/4 – Born in Florence, and love – spontaneously – all expressions of art. Observing its surreal characters, all devoid of expression, you can gather the poetry of masks apparently extinguished, they show you the soul of the subjects represented. MILVIA BOTTICELLI 2/4 – Cultivating creative vocation, alongside professional artists. Do not try to guess the names of …

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THE COLORS OF INNOCENCE: Beppe Francesconi, the places where the sun does not wake up and where you observe the Moon and stars in the daytime

BEPPE FRANCESCONI 1/4 – He was born in 1961 and lives in Italy, in Marina di Massa, where reigns the blue and all shades donated by Sun. By painting, he tells you about places where the sun does not want to wake up, and where moon stars are seen even in daylight. Looking at his paintings, you go into a …

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BEPPE FRANCESCONI, ITALIAN PAINTER: The colors of innocence, wonderfully filled with silent songs

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JOAN MIRO’ (1893/1983), SPANISH PAINTER: The simplest things, give ideas. He expressed in raw colors, with lines and lines

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MARK KOSTABI, AMERICAN PAINTER: Faceless bodies, inside an astonishing system of signs

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ANNA ANCHER (1859/1935), DANISH PAINTER: A world apart, made by colors and sensibility

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GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE (1848/1894), FRENCH PAINTER: Beyond impressionism, facing the world the world, with brushes and colors

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THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY: Nine pieces of linen, tell the human stories of 126 characters

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FRESCOS OF EGYPTIAN NEBAMON: Far away in time, where they still live the protagonists of an era never extinguished

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JOHN WILLIAM WATERHOUSE (1849/1917), ENGLISH PAINTER: Translucent fabric and subtle women’s sensuality

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