THE ARTIST WHO BROUGHT IN THE MODERN THE ART OF PAINTINGS

He is the artist who has revamped Italian painting (as well as Dante, his contemporary, is considered the father of the Italian language). His glory is given to works scattered in almost all of Italy, from Rome to Florence, Assisi and Rimini to Padua. His artistic imprint was so important as to influence the painting schools of the fourteenth century ...

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FIVE ROMANTIC POETRY SHADES OF TENDERNESS

Men and women have written love poems, but also you can do. Do not write unnecessary words, be brave and express everything you feel for beloved person. If you give all of yourself, your poem will be more sincere. Write what you feel for that person, stating what happened when you saw that person for the first time. Write how you ...

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PAINTING WITH SOUL AND WITH HEART

Their brushstrokes give you melancholy tenderness and magical serenity. There are times when – observing a painting – you realize that what made the artist is not just putting colors on the canvas, because you perceive that his creations have a soul and are full of endless attention to detail, tenderness colored that enchant those who are able to look ...

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WHEN MUSIC CAN TELL

The lyrics of this song is about unrequited love, tells you about the loss of a loved one. The element is predominant throughout the song, which is dotted with thematically related words (shore and depths, the ocean and the waves, currents and sand). Having recalled moments of harmony (metaphorically swimming lived together in the same sea, above the dark abyss ...

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LOOKING FOR THE FLOWERS OF EVIL

He was a French poet who produced notable work as an essayist and art critic. His most famous work “The Flowers of Evil”, https://www.amazon.com/Flowers-Evil-Charles-Baudelaire/dp/1449555438 expresses the changing nature of beauty in modern, industrializing Paris during the 19th century, where the themes of sex and death, lesbianism, metamorphosis and depression, urban corruption, lost innocence and alcohol not only gained him loyal ...

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WHERE YOUR INSTINCT PUSHES YOU AGAIN

The “Barbizon School“, developed between 1830 and 1870. Here the foundations were laid for Impressionist pictorial revolution in France. The artists of the Barbizon School often painted together, creating their works in the open countryside, sometimes for several days. Looking at the colors and shapes of natural subjects produced landscapes of great lyricism, with humble people working in the fields. ...

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THE PICTORIAL REPRESENTATION OF COUNTRY LIFE – Jean Francois Millet

JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET 1/3 – A native of a village in the Normandy, who had two wives and nine children. He is regarded as an interpreter of the French realism of the late nineteenth century. Son of peasants, he began painting bathers, mythological figures and portraits. The influence of art of Daumier and Barbizon, helped to bring about a decisive ...

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NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTINGS THROUGH CENTURIES – vibrant and continuing traditions

Native American art is also called Indian art or American Indian art. Check selected painters and enjoy the cultural heritage, different character and themes of the paintings over centuries. Do you prefer traditional or modern innovative painters ? NAVAJO SAND-PAINTING – The sand-painting has been used for centuries in religious rituals, including healing ceremonies. A sand-painting for a ceremony is ...

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