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ANDRZEJ GUDANSKI, POLISH ARTIST – fairytale full of allegory

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WOMEN AT THE MIRROR

One of most famous ideas of Jacques Lacan (psychoanalyst, psychiatrist and philosopher) is called ‘The Mirror Stage’ – a moment in life, when a person looks in the mirror and identifies self with the reflected image. The reflected image is a sort of perfect version of the self, a version that we aspire to be. Enjoy these 7 women looking …

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PAINTING WOMEN IN THE MIRROR – When the mirror represents the male gaze

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CYRIL ROLANDO – the darkness of life is more inspiring than happy and safe people

CYRIL ROLANDO 1/3 – Cyril Rolando is a digital artist as hobby located in Toulon, France known as AquaSixio. His main profession is psychologist. He draw since seven years, digitally only. He is completely self-taught. It started like a game and he never took art course. After the ultra-realism time, he tried to play with the surrealism things, changing the colors, …

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CYRIL ROLANDO, FRENCH DIGITAL ARTIST – otherworldly by AquaSixio

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WINNING PORTRAITURE WORK AND WORKING FRIENDSHIP – The rooted painting time of Thomas Pollock Anshutz

THOMAS POLLOCK ANSHUTZ 1/3 – He was born in Kentucky. In 1871, he moved to study art in New York, where he lived with an uncle. In the fall of 1876, he took classes in life drawing, anatomy, and painting at the newly reopened Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. He began to emulate his supervisor’s approach to …

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THOMAS POLLOCK ANSHUTZ (1851/1912), AMERICAN PAINTER – Capturing the essential sculptural mass of the objects

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PAINTING MOUNTAINS AND GLACIERS FIGURATIVE WAY – Gisli Sigurdsson

GISLI SIGURDSSON 1/3 – He was born in 1930 and brought up on a big farm (near middle of Iceland). He became a journalist at a young age, and began painting. He has been painting for 50 years, inspired first by magnificent mountain landscape, glaciers and lava. After 1950, the thrust of modernism was very common among artists and he …

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GISLI SIGURDSSON (1930/2010), ICELANDIC PAINTER – Inspired by magnificent landscapes

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WOMEN IN COLOURFUL DRESS AND DARK-SUITED MEN – Karolina Larusdottir

KAROLINA LARUSDOTTIR 1/3 – She was born in Reykjavik in 1944 and lived and worked in the British Isles (from the mid sixties for nearly fifty years). Now she lives again in her homeland of Iceland. Many of her contemporary paintings are rooted to her upbringing in Iceland. She remembers the Iceland of her childhood, as a country barely touched …

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