PAINTERS

BEAUTY IN THE EYES OF THE BEHINDER

Stories of wordless languages and artists who paint like designers The use of mannequins https://lideamagazine.com/il-segreto-di-un-buon-manichino-e-sapere-valorizzato-gli-abiti-che-ondossa-associazione-esclusiva-con-amdrea-bonaveri/, by painters and designers it can be seen as a stylistic and practical choice that serves to enhance the art of fashion and explore broader artistic concepts. Their use, in fashion and art, can be attributed to several practical and conceptual reasons. Mannequins offer an …

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EXTENDED, ELEGANT AND OTHERWORLDLY FIGURES, BEYOND THE BORDERS OF THE CANVAS

Amedeo Modigliani and the Parisian avant-garde We want to introduce you a creative man who has left an indelible mark on the world of art with his distinctive style. His confident features define contours and create a sense of presence. The faces of Amedeo Modigliani https://www.wikiart.org/en/amedeo-modigliani, which we invite you to get to know by typing on the reference links, …

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WHEN NON-ANTIQUES BECOME ART TREASURE

The genius and original style of an iconic symbol of non-violence Meeting Benches https://meetingbenches.com/, a virtual meeting place where creativity knows no boundaries, invites you to explore art from around the world. By visiting this website, you will meet artists, thinkers and dreamers who share their visions and inspire each other. Whether you are an art enthusiast, a traveler, or …

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THE VISUAL NARRATION

Georges Corominas, a fusion of technical mastery and imagination His popularity among collectors stems from numerous. In particular, he painted portraits of Juan Carlos, Hassan II and Pope John Paul II. Georges Corominas https://www.fineartsselection.com/artiste/georges-corominas/, a contemporary French painter, creates enchanting, narrative works of art that transport viewers to distant places and centuries past. His use of vibrant colors and clean …

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BRIGHT COLORISM AND CONSTANT RESEARCH

Zvest Apollonio, the versatile artist who incorporated abstraction and figuration Here is an overview of the life and artistic style, Zvest Apollonio, a Slovenian painter who belonged to the Post-War and Contemporary artistic movements in Slovenia. He was a truly versatile artist, in fact, he worked in painting, graphic art and set design. His style incorporated elements of both abstraction …

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MARC CHAGALL, A LIGHT NOT TOO FAR AWAY

An inextinguishable source of love, between delicacy of shades and sinuous shapes Images are a powerful tool for engaging audiences on social media, that’s why it’s important to create quality graphics in this post too. We have created images for you that communicate emotions, atmosphere and messages effectively, but we also want them to be relevant to the content, Marc …

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A BOLD AND INNOVATIVE PAINTING STYLE

James Ensor, a personal style that influenced Belgian art and beyond Symbolism https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10780-020-09396-z is an artistic and cultural movement that originated in France in the second half of the 19th century. In summary, symbolism focuses on the depth of the soul, the search for hidden meanings and the connection between reality and dreams. This movement involved the figurative arts, poetry …

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A CREATIVE WOMAN ON THE MARGINS OF NORMALITY

When the rules don’t apply to those who live on the margins She liked going out in the evening and having a handsome man by her side; she loved him telling her how beautiful she was or how great her art was. TĂȘte de femme, a pencil and watercolor drawing measuring 36.3 x 27.5 cm, dated 1928 and signed lower …

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WITH COLORS AND SHAPES, BETWEEN CAMELS, KINGS AND CONSTELLATIONS

Benozzo Gozzoli, a testimony to the power of art From Italian Renaissance painter renowned for his captivating murals, we want to delve into the distinctive features of his pictorial style. You will be fascinated by the festive processions full of life, movement and sense of occasion frescoed by Benozzo Gozzoli https://meetingbenches.com/2016/05/the-man-called-benozzo-trained-as-a-goldsmith-he-will-become-painter/. How can you forget his meticulous attention to detail, …

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EXPRESSIONIST INTENSITY AND RAW PHYSICALITY

Egon Schiele, a creative flight between strong lines, deformed bodies and provocative watercolors We want to tell you about the life and influences, distinctive style and artistic legacy of a man who explored the raw emotion and intensity of art. We want to remind you of what this artist wrote on April 22, 1912, in his Prison Diary: “Art cannot …

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