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STARTLING LIKENESSES, INTO REALISTIC AMERICAN ART TRADITION – John Singleton Copley: Sophisticated English paintings and penetrating realism of American Boston people portraits

The greatest and most influential painter in colonial America Visitors seeking to show off a piece of Boston can head to get themselves a unique memory to take home: you have to have seafood. Try New England clam chowder and lobster rolls. Row34 https://www.row34.com/ sells lobster roll kit, clam chowder, and lobster tortellini. From historic sites and erudite museums to …

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REMEMBERING AN 20TH CENTURY PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHER – Mary Devens, pioneer of Modern Photography

A pictorial photographer of the early 20th century Cambridge has its own identity and charms. From the world-renowned Harvard University to the city’s many squares, whether you’re interested in history, art or just want to experience the city’s wealth restaurants. Its Mount Auburn Cemetery https://mountauburn.org/?cache was the country’s first garden cemetery and it is filled with artwork and landscaping. Famous …

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WHEN YOU HAVE CLOTHES MADE FOR YOU, IT DOES FEEL MORE SPECIAL – Aiste Zitnikaite and her eco-friendly clothing label Devinto

Wanting to explore a creative endeavor With an expansive of seashore, Cape Cod is one of New England’s premier beach destinations. Sun and sand, summer theater scenes, miles-long bike trails and well-protected wildlife showcases waiting for you. Located on Nantucket Sound, historic and laid-back, Hyannis it is a destination in itself, it is as the heart of Cape Cod https://www.capecod.com/community/5-fabulous-things-you-can-only-do-in-hyannis/. …

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SMALL WOMEN AND FEMALE ACTIVISM – Louisa May Alcott: Novels to open up to dialogue, through the meaning of natural forms

When feminist identity is behind the mask of a small woman Concord’s historic sites and buildings provide goals for lots of walks, drives and bike rides. Your 2-hour Concord walking tour, takes you from central Monument Square on a walk through for 5.2 miles (8.4 km), ending at Monument Square. A 10- to 15-minute walk northeast brings you to Authors …

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CREATIVITY, DEPTH AND SERIOUS APPROACH OF MUSIC – Leonard Bernstein, the vibrating spirit of orchestral scores with a light nature

Prepare a generation of Americans to love music Walking Lawrence, Massachusetts, do visit Eli’s Place at 267 Merrimack St https://www.elisplace.net/. You will find small breakfast joint located on a busy corner where order the quintessential New England item: sweet and tasty baked beans. If you are obsessed by murals and street art, you can loved murals in Lawrence https://www.thumbtack.com/ma/lawrence/mural-painter/, driving …

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TRAVELLING TO SIENA, WHERE KINDNESS LIVES – Uses, customs and constraints of art, in the city that blesses horses

Five new shades, for your concept of creativity Trip to Tuscany? Chianti area, between villages and abbeys, to devote yourself to good food and good wine. Val d’Orcia, by sinuous hills dotted with cypresses and vineyards. Florence, an open-air museum that houses priceless works. Siena https://www.discovertuscany.com/siena/tourist-info/, a medieval city known worldwide for its historic Palio. The main street for shops …

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ROMANTIC SHADES AT THE END OF 19TH CENTURY – Lionello Balestrieri: When music inspires subjects for paintings

Painting musicians, private lessons and city streets For your stay in Siena, choose a period residence equipped with every comfort. A few meters from the great masterpieces of Siena, the Palazzo Coli Bizzarrini https://www.palazzocolibizzarrini.com/en/home-en/ is one of the best examples of the Renaissance period. Today, it has been converted into an accommodation with impeccable services, where history is intertwined with …

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THE LAND OF SIENA, WITH THE EYES OF A PHOTOGRAPHER – Stefano Vigni, long-term documentary photography and reportage projects

Stimulate imagination, through vision of reality All around the stench, the churches of San Domenico and Santa Maria dei Servi, but also small streets full of shops, where you can taste the Sienese cantucci, obviously accompanied by a good glass of Vin Santo. Looking for shops with cheaper leather goods, go to Via delle Terme, where at number 20 and …

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ARTISANSHIP AND FEMININITY – Asia Neri

A combination of creative authenticity, quality and beauty Your visit to Siena http://www.italyheaven.co.uk/siena.html starts from Piazza del Campo, the same where the Palio takes place, where tourists and inhabitants admire the palaces and the monuments that surround it. With its trapezoidal shape, the square is slightly downhill towards the center, where a copy of the fifteenth-century work by Jacopo della …

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RUGGINE, AN ADVERSE DESTINY AND THE SOLITUDE OF A WOMAN – Anna Luisa Pignatelli: when creativity is writing about uselessness and female marginality

Unusual texts, in contrast to what you read today On the Tuscan hills, Siena https://www.thecrazytourist.com/15-best-things-siena-italy/ retains its 13th century appearance. Unesco has entered this city on the world heritage list, for having preserved the characteristics of its medieval structure. During the years of the wars with Florence, within its walls many great artists (such as Duccio di Boninsegna and the …

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THE MARCH OF THE PALIO DI SIENA – Pietro Formichi, the author of a famous and highly played march

Where a famous porch enhances musical acoustics What not to miss during a trip to Tuscany? The Chianti area, between small villages and abbeys, to devote yourself to good food and good wine. Val d’Orcia, characterized by sinuous hills dotted with cypresses and vineyards. Florence, an open-air museum that houses priceless works. Siena https://www.discovertuscany.com/siena/tourist-info/, a medieval city known worldwide for …

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A MASTERPIECE OF DEDICATION AND INVENTIVE – Crostoni, salami and ribollita, waiting for the Palio di Siena

Travel to Siena, the snail-shaped city What not to miss during a trip to Tuscany? The Chianti area, between small villages and abbeys, to devote yourself to good food and good wine. Val d’Orcia, characterized by sinuous hills dotted with cypresses and vineyards. Florence, an open-air museum that houses priceless works. Siena https://www.discovertuscany.com/siena/tourist-info/, a medieval city known worldwide for its …

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THE REDISCOVERY OF AN ANCIENT ATTITUDE – Five ways to understand Chinese creativity

Chinese fashion, between sorghum and ducks, melodies and an expressionist painter Creativity is the ability to create using an original through imaginative skills. Today’s Chinese culture is comprised of large array of traditions and innovations, all of which are in constant interaction, creating shifting patterns. The Cultivation of Creativity in the Chinese Culture https://www.researchgate.net/publication/291348526_Confucius_and_creativity have roots of its rise to …

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EXPRESSIONISM, BETWEEN SOCIAL UPHEAVALS AND EMOTIONS – Zeng Fanzhi, the artist heavily influenced by physical and emotional circumstances

A desire for research between Asian art and western influences Walking, here you can clearly perceive the contrast between the present and the past. This place in Beijing takes its name from a factory that was born there in the 1950s. In 2003, the place was designate by American Time Magazine as one of the top 22 most famous places …

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