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PAINTING DURING THE PLAGUE –Representation of Black Death time in art

Spreading from central Asia to Russia, this pestilence devastated Europe and left behind despair and sadness. Also the lives of all artist were experienced in its shadow, facing the danger that contagion could seize in their city. Thousands of painters and craftsmen perished during the mid 14th century, and the heart of the European world was torn open. That time, …

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IMAGES OF THE BLACK DEATH’S TIME – Until the victim became unrecognizable monster

Soundtrack Egipte (From Mystere), Le Cirque du Solei. The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread the knowledge of these painters and that other people enjoy their works.

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DANIEL RICHTER, GERMAN PAINTER – When painting is a form of thinking

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OSKAR SCHLEMMER (1883/1943), GERMAN PAINTER – When the actors are transfigured from the normal to geometrical shapes

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NEO RAUCH, GERMAN PAINTER – The intersection of an personal history with the industrial alienation

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BETWEEN HISTORIC PICTURES AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY SENSITIVE PORTRAITS – Hans von Aachen

VON AACHEN 1/3 – His surname is derived from the birthplace of his father: Aachen. In the late 16th and early 17th centuries, his life and work bear witness to the cultural transfer between North, South and Central Europe. He was versatile and productive artist, who worked in many genres and was one of the leading representatives of Northern Mannerism. …

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HANS VON AACHEN (1552/1615), GERMAN PAINTER – Among the leading representatives of Northern Mannerism

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A WORLD OF FANTASY, STUNNING ORIGINALITY

SANTOS HU 1/3 – His artistic creativity addresses the issue of the still life, which makes it meticulously.He is a master, in combining the inner and outer lives. He, born in the South of Taiwan, began to study Fine Arts at the Superior School of Fine Arts in Taipei. He moved to Spain, at the University Complutense of Madrid, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkFFYaruvBY …

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SANTOS HU, CHINESE PAINTER – Surrealism and woman portraits

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ABRAXSIS DER JEN, CHINESE PAINTER – Love stories in the Forbidden City

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