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LEO BAO JUN, CHINESE PAINTER – The typical features portraits of Chinese women

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CHROMATIC HARMONY – The post impressionist painting culture of Camillo Innocenti

CAMILLO INNOCENTI 1/4 – He was born in Rome, as the son of an architect. He studied at Lyceum, then joined the studios of Domenico Morelli in Naples and Antonio Mancini in Rome. He completed his fine-art studies at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome. After 1906, he began to focus on painting mainly feminine figures. In 1915-18, as a …

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CAMILLO INNOCENTI (1871/1961), ITALIAN PAINTER – A personal pictorial signs in the late Impressionism

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PAINTING IN HIGHLY REALISTIC MANNER – The intense illumination painting of Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller

FERDINAND GEORG WALDMULLER 1/4 – He, born in Vienna was an Austrian writer and painter, one of the most important of the Biedermeier period. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPuLuVOXQoc In 1807, at the age of 14, he left his family to attend the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, where studied portrait painting. In 1814 he married Katharina Weidner. He lived in Bratislava, then worked …

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FERDINAND GEORG WALDMULLER (1793/1865), AUSTRIAN PAINTER – The conservative, pleasant vision of middle-class life

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SANTIAGO GARCIA (1974), URUGUAYAN PAINTER – Converse shoes and wild animals

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NEW FIGURATION by SANTIAGO GARCIA – where we’ve been and where we’re going.

SANTIAGO GARCIA 1/4 – the artist was born in 1974 in Montevideo, Uruguay. When Santiago Garcia was growing up, he often explored the fields and meadows that surrounded his home. He was fascinated with the animals that roamed the countryside. He studied biology in college first. As self-taught painter, Garcia produced an immense body of work in his early years. …

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VASKO TASKOVSKI (1937), MACEDONIAN PAINTER – the idea is not a flash and theme of horses

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Post modern surreal fantasies by VASKO TASKOVSKI – provoking spectators to think

VASKO TASKOVSKI 1/4 – He was born in 1937 in the village of Nižopole, Bitola in the southwestern part of the Macedonia (former Yugoslavia). As the first post-war generation of children, there were no books for primers in school in Macedonian language. Children learned more verbally and without a program. His first teacher was Slavjanka (a partisan), dressed in a …

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CORNELIS VAN HAARLEM – Looking paintings at 16:9

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