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PAINTINGS

PAUL GAUGUIN (1848/1903): FRENCH PAINTER: The pictorial harmony of pure colors – human and natural – with no prospects, highlights or shadows

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GIOVANNI BELLINI, alias GIAMBELLINO (1433/1516), ITALIAN PAINTER: Master of the Venetian school, with nuances of style ranging from the Byzantine school, to Mantegna, Dürer and Antonello da Messina

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ALBRECHT ALTDORFER (1480/1538): GERMAN PAINTER: In its shades of color, the charm of nature and of human figures

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MAURICE UTRILLO (1883/1955), FRENCH PAINTER: Urban landscapes of a son of art, born and raised in Montmartre

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FRANCISCO GOYA (1746/1828), PAINTER SPANISH: The teacher who had difficulty writing, but not in the paint

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JACQUES CALLOT (1592/1635), FRENCH ARTIST: Master of the graver, with shades of grotesque and gallantry

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TOUSSAINT DUBREUIL (1561/1602), FRENCH PAINTER: Highly elongated and undulating forms, same shades of the work of painter Primaticcio

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JEAN FOUQUET (1420/1481), FRENCH PAINTER: Paintings on wood and miniatures, with Italian backgrounds

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FRANCESCO PRIMATICCIO (1504/1570), ITALIAN PAINTER: Shades of Parmigianino, to the Court of Fontainebleau

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ROSSO FIORENTINO (1494/1540), ITALIAN PAINTER: Master in oil and fresh, belonging to the Florentine school.

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