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JEAN CAROLUS (1814/1875) – Master of figures set within interior scenes

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WIND: Poetry, by Hugo Mujica

VIENTO “Viento y las nubes if deshacen; brisa y blancas if transfiguran. Hay ecos que no son de las palabras son of aliento, no nos repiten nos convocan to escuchar decirse para lo que nos llama.”     WIND “Wind and the clouds come apart; breeze and white are transfigured. There are echoes which are not of the words are …

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DONATO DE’ BARDI – Shades of Gothic and Renaissance Flemish in Genoa

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KAROLY BROCKY (1808/1855) – Vienna, Paris and London. Everywhere, its shades of ivory

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PAUL BIVA (1851/1900) – Realistic nuances of French naturalism

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IACOPO DE BARBARI (1460/1516): A painter and engraver of the Italian Renaissance, even beyond the Alps

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PEDRO AMERICO – The Brazilian pupil of Ingres, Flandrin and Vernet

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UNITED COLOURS OF KNOWLEDGE – Open your mind and listen to the song of the morning, counting the stars and tasks

THE MORNING – F. Holderlin: Very, starting in the morning, we who are in dialogue with one another and listen, man has learned. But we soon we will be singing. BLINDNESS – Faizi: The more you let yourself take by philosophical discourses, the more you lose sight of the truth. You’re counting the stars, and you are surrounded by a …

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NOT ONLY A BEACH CLUB: Tulum, to know intimately Mexico

A wonderful combination, a Mayan site and the white sand beaches. At least once in your life, consider a trip to Tulum (60 km south of Playa del Carmen and about 120 from Cancun). Why? To see one of the most beautiful Mayan sites in Mexico, an ancient crossroads of trade routes, between sea and land. Parts soon, for two …

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LOVE IMPOSSIBLE: Gustave Flaubert, by “The Sentimental Education”

  LOVE IMPOSSIBLE People “down-to-earth” they say that love is madness. In reality, what happens, is that fantasy violently distorted by pleasant images, where each step brings you closer to happiness, is starkly brought back to harsh reality. (Gustave Flaubert)

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