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THE ISLAND CAPRI AND THE ARTISTS – The Isle of Azur, the charm and beauty of a Mediterranean island

Among the bones of the big mammals there were those of the bear of caves and hippopotamus, deer, rhinoceros and dog. http://www.capri.com/en/s/tour-of-the-island In the early twentieth century, in the island of Capri, during excavations for the extension of Hotel Quisisana, 5 meters deep was found a layer of red clay (mixed with weapons, tools and bones of the Palaeolithic Age). ...

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LONG LIFE AND MANY LOVES OF AMERICAN PAINTER – Romaine Brooks: the woman who seized every opportunity to assert her independence

ROMAINE BROOKS 1/3 – She is in all the greatest stories of the twentieth-century painting. She was born in Rome. She became a painter away from the artistic movements of her time, inspired by the symbolist school, specializing in portraits, where many shades of gray dominated. Her parents returned to the United States, but she preferred spend almost her entire ...

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ROMAINE BROOKS (1874/1970), AMERICAN PAINTER – Away from the artistic movements of her time

The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these painters and that other people enjoy their works.

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