PAINTERS

REPRESENTING CHARACTERS, WITH BRUSHES AND COLORS – Anders Zorn, the painter who captured the personality of his models

ANDERS ZORN 1/4 – He was one of Sweden’s foremost artists. His fame abroad is founded mostly on his portraiture, where he had the ability to capture the personality of the depicted person. In Sweden his nude studies are very famous (as his genre pictures, which mostly depict people at work). As a young boy, he had shown an artistic …

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ANDERS ZORN (1860/1920), SWEDISH PAINTER – The Swedish Impressionist

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EXTRAORDINARY TALENTS FROM THE EVER SHIFTING SOCIETY – Chinese contemporary painters

China is home to an explosive contemporary art scene. After 1978, the People’s Republic of China has gone through a liberalization of culture, which led to numerous forms of avant-garde and museum-based art. The recent period of rapid Westernization (but also the rise to global power), have shaped every aspect of Chinese life. Eastern and Western styles. As you can …

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CONTEMPORARY CHINESE PAINTERS

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ZHONG BIAO, CHINESE PAINTER – Between the tension of body, object, and landscape

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WANG YUNPENG, CHINESE PAINTER – The virtual reality of chinese contemporary art

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HU JUNDI, CHINESE PAINTER – Where you can find dense Chinese colors and lush atmospheres

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RUSSIAN PAINTERS IN THE WINTER

In 1975, this painting was exhibited in the halls of the Union of Artists of Leningrad. In 1994, it was exhibited in France. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1u3fCIZ_LTE Russian winter, it is a painting of the Soviet Russian painter Nikolai Efimovich Timkov. Looking at this medium-sized painting (100 x 150 cm), you too can easily imagine a cold winter day, in a small village …

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THE MASTER OF THE UNFINISHED TOUCH – Mikhail Aleksandrovič Vrubel’ and the development of the fragmentary composition

MICHAIL ALEKSANDROVIK VRUBEL 1/4 – He is regarded amongst the Russian painters of the Symbolist movement. He stood aloof from contemporary art trends, so that the origin of his unusual manner should be sought in Early Renaissance painting. He entered the Imperial Academy of Arts, where he studied by direction of Pavel Chistyakov. He would develop a penchant for fragmentary …

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MICHAIL ALEKSANDROVIK VRUBEL (1856/1910), RUSSIAN PAINTER – The innovator by nature, the painter that rejected tradition

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