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GEORG TAPPERT (1880/1957), GERMAN PAINTER – One of the masters of German Expressionism

DESIGNING THE WORLD OF THE SHOW – Georg Tappert: when artistic expression is born among ballet dancers and street prostitutes GEORG TAPPERT 1/3 – With his pictures of dancers, woman of demi-monde and street prostitutes, he was one of the first German artists to discover the world of the show. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mz_h2jx6IrQ In his creative expression he was one of the ...

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WORLD OF SPACE AND SILENCE – Jean Paul Lemieux, colored and serene universe

JEAN PAUL LEMIEUX 1/3 – He is considered one of the most important Québec artists of the 20th century. He was born in Quebec City and is admitted to the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, where he won several awards. Growing up in both English and French speaking enviroment, he had all the advantages of privileged childhood. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEU3PXwPAE4 In 1914 ...

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JEAN PAUL LEMIEUX (1904/1990), CANADIAN PAINTER – When painting means to achieve soothingly pleasant dream-like state

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MANY GROTESQUE HUMAN FACES – Francis Bacon

FRANCIS BACON 1/3 – Born to an English family in Dublin, he was the second of five children and his father was a former army officer. Borrowing inspiration from Surrealism and Old Masters, he forged his personal style, that made him one of the most recognized exponents of figurative art until the 1950s. In post-war art he produced some of ...

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FRANCIS BACON (1909/1992), ENGLISH PAINTER – When the output become variation on a single motif

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