Author Travels

AN IDEA CONNECTED TO THE ART – Travel USA following the artistic itinerary of five creative Americans

An travel’s idea connected to the art They have long been global American brands, their images are familiar everywhere, from Apple computers to the hot dogs. Almost everyone on the planet knows something about the USA, even if they’ve never been. The Statue of Liberty and the Empire State, Las Vegas, Golden Gate and the White House waiting for you. …

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MEXICO, BEAUTY AND JOY OF LIVING – The unforgettable journey from Tijuana to Juchitán de Zaragoza

An inexhaustible culture, delicious food and the hospitality of its people If you are planning a trip to Mexico, perhaps you will have planned to explore its colonial cities and its amazing beaches of the Caribbean and Pacific. If you do not know where to start, read our proposal for an author’s trip that – from Tijuana to Juchitán de …

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FANTASTIC, FRIENDLY AND LITTLE EXPENSIVE – A journey of art across the United States

Between fast food and sandwich shops, reading James Tate and listening to Erin Enderlin Here the food is very cheap. Between fast food and sandwich shops, you can eat on a budget. The sandwich shops are around $ 5, the restaurants at half-price seats cost between $ 10-15 for a meal and a drink. The United States is a country …

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AN EXCITING CANADIAN JOURNEY – From the Irving House in New Westminster to the Art Gallery in Hamilton

A creative impulse that generates sounds, colors and words, even between bears and whales In the hinterland of Vancouver the northern forests dominate the landscape, with endless expanses of ancient trees where Kermode albino bears live, along with the Grizzlies and giant elks. Even a journey between bears and whales is a suggestive experience. The holiday in Canada is synonymous …

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TRIANGLE OF CREATIVITY – Traveling together with four special French, from Courbevoie to Le Cannet

When creativity feeds on artichoke and dried plum meats Also French creativity is nourished by imagination and imagination, it feeds on a thought that has to do with the curiosity that drives you to search and discover something. Creative work feeds on emotions, that is, instantaneous physical reactions to a solicitation (internal or external). Creativity is nourished by relaxation, which …

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ITALIAN CREATIVITY / ART ITINERARY – From Sardinia to Veneto, along with four special people

Scent of Italy, from the Sardinian Cavalcade to the roast turbot of the oven Our itinerary in Italian creativity begins in this Mediterranean island. The choice is vast, the possibilities of stay are many. In Sardinia you can stay in a hotel or in a residence, but there are cheaper solutions (such as a bed and breakfast or an agriturismo). …

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LANDSCAPES OF THE ICELANDIC CREATIVITY – A journey through volcanoes and unusual landscapes, with painters, a poet and a singer

Where everything seems to start Welcome to the less populated country of Europe, with landscapes characterized by volcanic and geothermal activity. Iceland, http://www.iceland.is/ where everything seems to start, will offer you the thrill of discovering uncontaminated places and amazing landscapes. “On the road”, you will know a land full of contrasts, between volcanoes and unusual landscapes, together with two painters, …

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AUTHOR’S TRAVELS / AUSTRIAN SHADES OF CREATIVITY

In psychology, the term creativity indicates an intellectual dynamic, which is fed with particular ingredients, such as sensitivity to problems and originality in the idea. Creative ability produces inventions or works of art. That’s why, on your trip to Austria, we are going to introduce special people, who were born here and some sights of Austrian creativity. Our journey begins …

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ANTON ROMAKO (1832/1889), AUSTRIAN PAINTER

ANTON ROMAKO 1/3 – He is Austrian painter, considered one of the most significant exponents of nineteenth-century Austrian culture, for his portraiture sensitivity, for battle scenes and interior views. He was born in Atzgersdorf and studied at Vienna’s Fine Arts Academy and in Munich. At the beginning of 1850 he studied privately in Vienna under Carl Rahl, adopting his pictorial …

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AUTHOR’S TRAVELS – On the traces of an Italian Renaissance Master

For over five hundred years, art historians seek to geographically position the landscapes inspired by the Renaissance painter Piero della Francesca. They have been found in real spaces hidden in, for example, the territory of Montefeltro. Between your Author’s Travel in Central Italy, those hills and those painted rivers will be under your eyes, offering you an unforgettable dive in …

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