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SALI HERMAN (1898/1993), POST-IMPRESSIONIST AUSTRALIAN PAINTER – Painting of inner city streets and slums in Sydney

SHARP OBSERVER OF THE ENVIROMENT, PAINTING THE ESSENCE SALI HERMAN 1/3 – In 1937 he came to Melbourne, but the painter who studied art in Zurich and Paris was born in Switzerland as eleventh of eighteen children of Polish Jewish parents. During the 1930s, however, he preferred to leave the fascist dictatorships of Europe, bringing the desire to paint with …

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DORRIT BLACK (1891/1951), AUSTRALIAN MODERNIST PAINTER – Woman, who tried to paint in cubist style

RESCUING THE REPUTATION OF EARLY AUSTRALIAN MODERNIST PAINTER DORRIT BLACK 1/3 – You should not be surprised if this woman, as so many other women artists, had been despised by the establishment of Australian art, because gender equality still had a long way to go. She was born in Burnside (Adelaide) in 1891. Having a passion for art, she studied …

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FREDERICK MCCUBBIN (1855/1917), AUSTRALIAN IMPRESSIONIST PAINTER – Australian bush, painting among ordinary people and sheeps

TRUE VISION OF THE AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE FROM A TERRACE ON THE RIVER YARRA FREDERICK MCCUBBIN 1/3 – That baker’s son had begun drawing in Melbourne, where he met a Swiss artist, who painted naturalistic landscapes. At Carlton, attending courses at the Artisan School of Art, he became friend with other artists. Moving into the bush near Melbourne, he started working …

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TOM ROBERTS (1856/1931), AUSTRALIAN IMPRESSIONIST PAINTER – Coastal landscapes and bushes, cityscapes and fragments of everyday life

WHEN THE PUBLIC HAD OPPORTUNITY TO JUDGE WHAT IMPRESSIONISM REALLY IS TOM ROBERTS 1/3 – He was born in Dorchester (England), but he moved to Australia in 1869, where he studied at the National Gallery schools in Melbourne, http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/australianimpressionism/education/insights_artistic.html where you can admire also his paintings. He was selected to study at the Royal Academy schools, when he returned to …

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SERGIO MARTINEZ CIFUENTES (1966), CHILEAN REALIST PAINTER – Elegance of shapes and colors

FOR LOVE OF ART SERGIO MARTINEZ CIFUENTES 1/3 – He has a dual nationality (Chilean-Spanish) but was born in Santiago de Chile on a July day. Http://www.sergiomartinez.com/ When he was only a child, he was already known for his designs, but also for his poems. This propensity had begun to dig a deep imprint in her romantic adolescent profile. He …

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PEDRO LIRA (1845/1912), CHILEAN VISUAL PAINTER – The pioneer of Chilean painting

PAINTING THAT DEFINES THE PARAMETERS OF MODERN ART CHILEAN PEDRO LIRA 1/3 – Several historical paintings of his have been used on Chilean banknotes. He was born in Santiago de Chile, into a wealthy family in Chile, and had refined his artistic talents with a landscape painter, continuing to practice law studies at the University of Chile. This South American …

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MAYA KOKOCINSKI MOLERO (1970), CHILEAN PAINTER

SUSPENDED FACES, A SYMBOLISM TO RESEARCH OF SIGNIFICANT MAYA KOKOCINSKI MOLERO 1/3 – This Chilean naturalized Italian artist, she learned her early rudiments in the study of her father, a figurative painter. She has already participated in several collective exhibitions. Faces, looks and bodies are for her the opportunity to paint psychological analysis, using the colors of feelings feelings and …

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CLAUDIO BRAVO (1936/2011), CHILEAN HYPERREALIST PAINTER – Paint portraits, dreaming of the journey that is worthy of an entire existence

THE ABLE USE OF THE LIGHT BY AN HYPERREALIST PAINTER CLAUDIO BRAVO 1/3 – He was born in Valparaiso on a ranch, so one of his childhood memories was when he was three years old as he was on a horse. In 1945, he began studies at Colegio San Ignacio (Santiago de Chile), where a priest noted his artistic ability, …

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CAMILO MORI SERRANO (1896/1973), CHILEAN PAINTER – Inside the entire creative horizon of the twentieth century

WHEN BRIGHT COLORS COMPROMISE BALANCED AND ROMANTIC CHROMATISM CAMILO MORI SERRANO 1/3 – The evolution of his pictorial style had matured within the entire creative horizon of the twentieth century. Starting with the Creole academic style, he had come to the confines of pop art. He was born in Valparaiso on a day at the end of September, and from …

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JUAN CARLOS CASTAGNINO (1908/1972), ARGENTINE REALIST PAINTER, MURALIST AND SKETCH ARTIST – Painter of social undertones

CREATIVE GENIUS – Heavy landscapist painter JUAN CARLOS CASTAGNINO 1/3 – He was called a “social painter” because he used painting to denounce the situations of injustice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi4024C1G00 Until 1914, he lived in a rural landscape full of wagons and horses, where his father worked as a locksmith. He was born in Mar del Plata in a hotel room in …

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