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TEODOR AXENTOWICZ (1859/1938), POLISH PAINTER – Wonderful portraits and subtle scenes of life set in the Carpathians

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JACEK MALCZEWSKI (1854/1929), POLISH PAINTER – Painting the ideals of independence, traditions, folk mythology, as well love of the natural environment

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THE TERRIFYNG ART AND THE SAD LIFE STORY OF POLISH PAINTER – Zdzisław Beksiński

ZDZISLAW BEKSINSKI 1/3 – He never provided names (nor explanations) for any of his paintings. He was born in Sanok (southern Poland), http://www.muzeum.sanok.pl/pl/ where he started in architecture, but hated it and became a painter. In 50s he spent a few years working as a supervisor at construction sites for Autosan bus factory. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/04/wonderful-sanoks-landscapes-poland/ Painting on hardwood boards he prepared …

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ZDZISLAW BEKSINSKI (1929/2005), POLISH PAINTER – I wish to paint in such a manner as if I were photographing dreams

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THE EXOTIC PAINTER WHO CAME FROM THE EAST – Tsuguharu Foujita, between naked woman and a multitude of cats

TSUGUHARU FOUJITA 1/3 – He (Japanese-born French painter) was born in Tokyo in 1886. He developed a very personal style of painting, which is open to the influence of Gauguin and Symbolism, painting with stylized shapes, shadows and a clear palette. He preferred the ink to Japanese technique, giving prominence to the line, instead of the volume.     TSUGUHARU FOUJITA …

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TSUGUHARU FOUJITA (1886/1962), JAPANESE PAINTER – Blending traditional Japanese art with European Modernism in a unique manner

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SHIKO MUNAKATA (1903/1975), JAPANESE PAINTER – Inherent in the woodcut, it can never be ugly

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FUJISHIMA TAKEJI (1867/1943), JAPANESE PAINTER – Developing Romanticism and impressionism within the Western-style art movement

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THE BEAUTIFUL AND MELANCHOLIC WOMEN – Mahmood Sabzi: when childhood memories come from Persian rugs

MAHMOOD SABZI 1/3 – is Iranian artist known for his abstract impressionist paintings. He was born in Ahvaz (Iran). He started painting when he was twelve years old. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imy_cIfpNVA Initially he made realistic paintings inspired by culture of his country with inspiration from the Persian rugs designed by his mother. His paintings resonates both Eastern and Western philosophies. His passion …

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MAHMOOD SABZI, IRANIAN PAINTER – The Iranian realistic and abstract impressionism

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