PAINTERS

LUDOVICO MAZZOLINO: Primitive shades of color, in landscape the Italian Renaissance

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LORENZO LOTTO: The painter of the Venetian Renaissance, the man capable of coloring the failures and disappointments

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GIOVAN PIETRO RIZZOLI (Giampietrino): The delicate nuances of Mantegna, along with the enchanting atmosphere of Leonardo da Vinci

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FRANCESCO MELZI: Italian Renaissance painter, pupil of Leonardo da Vinci

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GIOVANNI CARIANI: Shades of Lotto, Bellini and Giorgione, in its colors Renaissance

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ANDREA DEL SARTO: Master of the Florentine Renaissance tradition

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AGNOLO BRONZINO: Among the finest painters of the late the Florentine Renaissance

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CHAGALL, A DISTANT LIGHT: Source unquenchable of love suspended in the delicacy of the nuances, wrapped in sinuous forms

“How beautiful you are, my friend, you are beautiful! Your eyes are doves, behind your veil. Your hair is a flock of goats, that descend from the slopes of Gilead.” Moishe Segal, Mark Zacharovič Å agalov, Marc Chagall. Three identity for a jew Russian born in a summer of 1887, a human naturalizzatosi and died French, in the spring of 1985. …

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JOAQUIN SOROLLA

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FRIDA KAHLO: Writes with brushes, coloring her own life until the end

Writes with brushes. Yes, she was a special woman, but also extremely unlucky, a Mexican woman-painter who lived boldly and had many physical problems – even few days before her death – she had screamed inside one of her paintings, with the complexity of the colors, her “live life.” The century of Frida Kahlo, what is behind us, has experienced …

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