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ALEX COLVILLE (1920/2013), CANADIAN PAINTER – When the slow and patient process of painting begins

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JAMES WILSON MORRICE (1865/1924), CANADIAN PAINTER – Painting in broad areas of harmonious color with detail kept to the minimum

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TEODOR AXENTOWICZ (1859/1938), POLISH PAINTER – Wonderful portraits and subtle scenes of life set in the Carpathians

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JACEK MALCZEWSKI (1854/1929), POLISH PAINTER – Painting the ideals of independence, traditions, folk mythology, as well love of the natural environment

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ZDZISLAW BEKSINSKI (1929/2005), POLISH PAINTER – I wish to paint in such a manner as if I were photographing dreams

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ROSA DE JONG – AMAZING TINY HOUSES IN TEST TUBES

ROSA DE JONG 1/3 – She was born in Amsterdam in 1987. After studying for commercial art direction and working for one or two agencies, she started working as a freelance art designer and animator in Amsterdam. Her personal goal is to tell the real story of the brand and set it apart from the crowd, making every piece of communication ...

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DANIEL ARISTIZÁBAL – Candy-Colored NEO POP Art

DANIEL ARISTIZÁBAL 1/3 – He is graphic designer and art director from Colombia. He studied graphic design in Medellín and Motion graphic in Barcelona, where he became interested in the emergence of 3D rendering technologies. He works as a freelance graphic designer doing work primarily for different brands and magazines focusing on surrealism, experimentation, typography, colors and odd stuff. DANIEL ...

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DANIEL ARISTIZÁBAL, COLOMBIAN GRAPHIC DESIGNER – Retro Genius

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SPECIAL HOUSES WITH POEMS IN LEIDEN – all carefully painted by hand

Yes, there are over 100 poems hand-painted on public walls throughout the city of Leiden. Walking this town, you can read Shakespeare and Basho, Pablo Neruda, Sapho, Derek Walcott, and William Butler Yeats. All these poems written in their original language are part of the ‘Poems and Walls’ project. There is a special relationship between the city of Leiden and ...

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WOODCUTS AND LITHOGRAPHS – echoing patterns, space and transformation

MAURITS CORNELIS ESCHER 1/3 – He was born in Leeuwarden (Netherlands) as the fourth and youngest son of a civil engineer. He was enrolled in the School for Architecture and Decorative Arts in Haarlem, but after one week he informed his father, that he would study graphic art instead of architecture. In his early years he sketched landscapes, but also insects ...

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