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THE PICTORIAL REALISM OF A PIEDMONTESE PAINTER – Carlo Pittara, a great naturalist painter

Remain faithful to a visual interpretation of reality Born in Turin in 1835, Carlo Pittara https://www.valutazionearte.it/artisti/pittara-carlo/ studied there at the Royal Albertina Academy of Fine Arts. In 1856. he presented one of his paintings in an exhibition of fine art in Turin. Moving to Geneva, he completed his artistic training as an animalist painter there. During his stay in Paris, …

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THE VISUAL CHRONICLES OF A PICTORIALIST PHOTOGRAPHER – Stefano Bricarelli and the eyes of memory

The heroic times of photography, in the memories of one of his masters In 1921, he was one of the founders of a Piedmont’s group association for artistic photography. He had bought his latest camera, a Leica CL, in 1973. In 1981, following health problems, he retired to private life. In 1997, his daughter donated his photographic heritage, consisting of …

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EXCLUSIVE BRANDS TORINO – Piedmont’s companies stand out for the creativity and quality of the products

A network of Italian brands A network of Italian brands, Exclusive Brands Torino https://www.exclusivebrandstorino.com/about-us/, has brought together high-end companies to promote a selected range of knowledge. Sponsoring the culture of the territory and the continuity of artisan vocations are the coordinates within which some Piedmont’s companies stand out for the creativity and quality of the products. The excellences of Exclusive …

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THE UNEXPECTED PURITY OF AN IMPENETRABLE ATTRACTION – Maria Luisa Spaziani subdued discursive verses, in the hell of indifference

Writing is living and vice versa Maria Luisa Spaziani http://www.andrealucani.it/maria-luisa-spaziani.html was one of the most fascinating literary figures of the Italian twentieth century, Poetess, translator of Proust and great friend of Eugenio Montale. His poetic season began in 1954, with the poetic collection L’acqua del Sabato, published by Mondadori. Graduated in Languages, she frequently stayed in Paris, the polar star …

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YOU CAN GIVE MORE – Umberto Tozzi: Fall in love in flight, while they eat honey, without leaving any more

40 years that I love you A phrase from his song Aria & cielo in 1997 reminds us that freedom can turn us on, taking us higher and higher. In 2013, his song Gloria was chose as the soundtrack for the film The Wolf of Wall Street. In 2020, her single I love you was induct into a netflix television …

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DEEP, ENIGMATIC AND WORRING – Journey to Turin, an austere facade, a city of bursting vitality

Turin, a city that blends rigor, linearity and style Of course, it is only a matter of points of view, or if you prefer preferences, but to the Turin of the automobile and the Egyptian Museum https://theculturetrip.com/europe/italy/articles/12-must-visit-attractions-in-turin-italy/, you can add the Turin of Liberty, long arcades and the unusual one. A historic district north of Turin, Barriera di Milano, allows …

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A LONG CREATIVE STRIP, FROM CALIFORNIA TO NEW YORK – Six ways to say I create

Artistic talent and competence, where imagination is worth more than knowledge The racial composition of the city in 2007 was 62.6% African American. Its music is a mix of African American and white influences. One of its famous rock bands is Skillet, formed in 1966 by John L. Cooper. The city of Memphis hosted blues bands on Beale Street, the …

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AS DREAMERS DO – Walt Disney, an adventure started by a mouse

If you can dream it, you can do it Its specific meaning refers to an image or series of images or to a film that relies on a sequence of illustrations for its animation. A cartoon is a type of illustrated dream, in an unrealistic or semi-realistic style. You are in California, where it is possible to dream. You are …

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A DYNAMIC AND FREE BRUSHWORK, INTO REALISTICALLY PAINTED IMAGES – George Bellows, a painter able to straddle both the academic and progressive movements

Action scenes, expressive portraits and seascapes Portraiture immortalizes a person through the face, but more specifically with his eyes, the mirror of his soul. Posture and gestures also contribute to creatively inspire the painter, helping him to focus and capture what a subject tells him without speaking, such as contagious happiness or imprisoned sadness. Welcome to Columbus, in Ohio. Its …

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AWAY FROM STATIC POSES, LOOKING FOR AN ANTICONFORMIST STYLE – Richard Avedon, one of the great masters of photography

When photography filters life through the light of style Located on the Lower East Side, it was founded in 1974 by a brother of photographer Robert Capa. Museum, school and research center that revolves around photography, the International Center of Photography in New York (ICP) https://www.icp.org/, awaits you to show you practice and understanding of photographic art. Not surprisingly, Richard …

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