PAINTERS

EVERY EFFECT IS SO TRANSIENT, IT MUST BE RAPIDLY PAINTED – Joaquin Sorolla

JOAQUIN SOROLLA 1/3 – he was born in 1863 in Valencia, Spain. His style was a variant of Impressionism. His best works painted in open air portray the sunny seacoast of Valencia. He drew his inspiration from the light on the water near his home and his beach scenes are marked by sharp contrasts of light and shade. The appearance …

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JOAQUIN SOROLLA (1863/1923), SPANISH PAINTER – The painter of light

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ODD NERDRUM, NORWEGIAN PAINTER – Painting outside of time and space

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VALERIYA KUTSAN, RUSSIAN MAKE-UP ARTIST – Face painting isn’t just for kids

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OLEG SHUPLYAK (1967), UKRAINIAN PAINTER – hidden images in paintings

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OLEG SHUPLYAK – Keep staring at the pictures

Oleg Shuplyak 1/4 – was born 23 September 1967 in Ternopil, Ukraine.  In 1991 he graduated the Architecture Department of the Lviv Polytechnic National University. But his first love and passion was always painting, however, and he has used the technical precision of an architect to create his intriguing optical illusions. Oleg Shuplyak 2/4  – It was at the institute …

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OCTAVIO OCAMPO – The longer one looks at his work, the more is revealed

Octavio Ocampo 1/4 – was born 28 February 1943 in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico. He was growing up in a family of designers. He first studied art as a little boy. Professor Salvador Zuniga directed the local art school in his hometown. At art school, Ocampo constructed papier mache figures for floats, altars, and ornaments that were used during carnival parades and other festivals. …

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ENJOYING A QUIET FEMALE SMOKE – When objects are a mix of traditional Chinese culture and Western technology

LEO BAO JUN 1/4 – He is a professional painter from China. His works have been featured in a variety of exhibitions in China (including the Shanghai International Art Fair, Shanghai Music Hall Art Show, first prize in a Liaoning Province film poster challenge, and a ShangHai Art Legend Gallery Solo Show). Born in 1963 in China’s north-east Liaoning province, …

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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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