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PAINTING EMOTIONALLY EXPRESSIVE ARTWORKS – María Blanchard: Turning to paint, to express sadness.

A sincere artist, where paintings contain a painful sentiment of unusual violence. Its huge bar is well stocked, full of tapas that renewed frequently. The restaurant is one of the most renowned in the city of Santander. No matter what you choose, because at the Cañadio Restaurant http://www.restaurantecanadio.com/carta-santander/ everything is good (do not forget the cheesecake and a bottle of …

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WHEN CREATIVITY TRAVELS TO THE ORIGINS – Paul Gauguin: where do we come from? Who we are? Where do we go?

I shut my eyes in order to see. When you are in Paris, do not forget to enter the Musée d’Orsay, where you can admire a masterpiece by PAUL GAUGUIN: Arearea. In the heart of the Champs-Elysées, the restaurant is an address particularly appreciated by the world of culture and the seventh art. At Fouquet’s Paris https://www.hotelsbarriere.com/en/paris/le-fouquets/restaurants-and-bars/fouquets.html, by booking “Menu …

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THE IMPORTANCE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT THAT YOU CAN PERCEIVE – Fabián de la Rosa: Introducing the decorated form of painting.

Learning to draw well, before write. Spanish Franciscan missionaries founded the town as early as 1580. Paco was known as Dilao (Tagalog word for the color yellow), because of the Amaryllis plants that here were once plentiful. During time, Paco was incorporated as one of the eleven municipal districts of the new city of Manila. A Sikh Temple is located …

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IMPRESSIONIST DEPICTIONS OF PEOPLE AND FLOWERS – Le Pho, a stunning combination of delicate Asian artistry and contemporary Western art.

Painting on canvas, emulating the delicate surface texture, while painting on silk. It is a memorial to one of Vietnam’s most beloved revolutionary leaders. The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum stands at the site where Ho Chi Minh read the country’s Declaration of Independence. The three days itinerary is perfect. You will have enough time also to take a stroll through …

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THE UNCONVENTIONAL MASTER OF CHINESE ART – Lin Fengmian: earning the title of The Four Great Academy Presidents.

Favoring a square format, employing bright hues. Yo can visit its Xiangji Temple, built during the Northern Song Dynasty. Painter Lin Fengmian created its China Academy of Art. The town it sits at the head of bay, which separates Shanghai and Ningbo. Here, Hangzhou has been one of the most prosperous cities for much of the last millennium. The city’s …

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MINIMAL FORMS AND GEOMETRIC ABSTRACTIONS – Hang-Ryul Park: Becoming famous for a portrait drawn in profile, with a bird and flowers.

When you put features of humans in your paintings. This location is also famous for pine forests, beautiful fall foliage and splendid snowscapes. Here, Common Herons build nests in tall trees, and breed from April through July. In ancient times, it was famous for its three mountains and two rivers. Gimcheon is a city in North Gyeongsang Province (South Korea). …

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WESTERN PRECEPTS AND BASICS OF PLEN-AIR PAINTING – Kuroda Seiki

Western-style movement in early 20th-century Japanese painting. In Japan, when the father of modern Western-style painting died in 1924, he bequeathed a portion of his estate, for the furtherment of art. In 1928, with this bequest was formed the Kuroda Memorial Hall. In recognition of his artistic achievements, exhibits of Oil paintings, sketches and similar works donated by his family …

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A GIFT, ONLY IMPROVED WITH PRACTICE – Albert Namatjira / The extraordinary life of aborigenal painter.

First Australian Aboriginal artist to receive acclaim from the white community. With a cultural heritage going back 50,000 years, before European settlement there were almost 600 different Aboriginal nations within Australia. He it is remembered as an artist whose treatment highlighted the inequalities of Australian society. In both the indigenous and European communities, his Western style has earned him detractors. …

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EDWARD BURRA, BRITISH PAINTER – Nothing matters.

Travelling abroad with many influences, playing in his own works. His works are included in many collections (such as the Tate Gallery in London, the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh, and the Art Institute of Chicago). His first solo show was at the Leicester Galleries in 1929. He had showed with the English Surrealists later in the 1930s. He …

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USING HUMAN BODY AS AN ARTISTIC HALF – Huang Yan / exploring contemporary Chinese art.

Fun and disconcerting, fascinating reflections of life in China today. Cool, hidden, and unusual things to do in Beijing? Dragon Escalator, the world’s longest outdoor escalator (takes visitors to the top of China’s largest dam), shaped like a dragon. Something unforgettable? The 798 district, a mixture of museums, shops, and cafes (events and openings frequently). Dongyue Temple? It shares the …

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