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FOCUSING ON LIGHT AS AN ELEMENT OF THE PICTURE – Emilio Pettoruti, oscillating between the lyrical and the spiritual

EMILIO PETTORUTI 1/3 – He was born in La Plata in a prosperous middle-class Italian family. He dropped out of his local Academy of Fine Arts, when he was a teenager, becoming one of Argentina’s most prominent 20th-century painters. In 1913, he was awarded a travel scholarship to Italy (where he studied Renaissance painters in Florence). His 1924 cubist exhibition ...

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EMILIO PETTORUTI (1892/1971), ARGENTINIAN PAINTER – without gauchos, cows and horses

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ANDRZEJ GUDANSKI – My interest in art started early and I have quickly realised, it is my destiny

ANDRZEJ GUDANSKI 1/4 – He was born in Łobez, Poland. He is completely self-taught. He has been drawing and painting from an early age. The first works in oil painted at the age of 12 years. At the age of 14, he began to sell his works – oil paintings and watercolors. The artist’s work consist of painting, drawing and ...

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ANDRZEJ GUDANSKI, POLISH ARTIST – fairytale full of allegory

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