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MELANCHOLIC TENDERNESS IN PAINTING – JOE SORREN and his magical serenity of expression

JOE SORREN 1/3 – His brushstrokes are patient and fluid, but the pictures he loves are those of young people caught in instants of beauty. Unlike the majority of modern painters, he does not use computers, preferring a creative process that comes from the immediacy. He is one of the Pop Surrealism Californian leader. Looking at one of his paintings, …

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JOE SORREN, AMERICAN PAINTER – Caught in instants of beauty

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THE ARTIST WHO BROUGHT IN THE MODERN THE ART OF PAINTINGS

He is the artist who has revamped Italian painting (as well as Dante, his contemporary, is considered the father of the Italian language). His glory is given to works scattered in almost all of Italy, from Rome to Florence, Assisi and Rimini to Padua. His artistic imprint was so important as to influence the painting schools of the fourteenth century …

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GIOTTO DI BONDONE (1267/1337), ITALIAN PAINTER – The propensity to physical and psychological characterization of the characters

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PAINTING WITH SOUL AND WITH HEART

Their brushstrokes give you melancholy tenderness and magical serenity. There are times when – observing a painting – you realize that what made the artist is not just putting colors on the canvas, because you perceive that his creations have a soul and are full of endless attention to detail, tenderness colored that enchant those who are able to look …

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SHADES OF TENDERNESS

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THE PICTORIAL REPRESENTATION OF COUNTRY LIFE – Jean Francois Millet

JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET 1/3 – A native of a village in the Normandy, who had two wives and nine children. He is regarded as an interpreter of the French realism of the late nineteenth century. Son of peasants, he began painting bathers, mythological figures and portraits. The influence of art of Daumier and Barbizon, helped to bring about a decisive …

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JEAN FRANCOIS MILLET (1814/1875), FRENCH PAINTER – When the main characters are farmers at work

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VICTOR CRISOSTOMO GOMEZ, PERUVIAN ARTIST – chest full of mysteries and surprises

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E. IRVING COUSE (1866/1936), AMERICAN ARTIST – culture of Taos Indians

      Note: The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors and to those who have given them. 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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