February 24, 2024 4:28 pm

PAINTERS

PAINTING MYTHOLOGICAL AND FANCIFUL SUBJECTS, WHILE PARIS BURNS

The story of a man, sometimes it’s special. The life of this painter, is reflected in a city. Paris, its atmosphere and its concerns, in a century incredibly eventful. PAUL BAUDRY 1/4 – He was born in Paris, in a day of autumn. In the course of his residence in Italy, he derived inspiration from Italian art, with the mannerism …

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EUGENIO DE BLAAS (1843/1931), AUSTRIAN/ITALIAN PAINTER – Shades of Academic Classicism, also with Italian flower girls

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PAINTING THE BEAUTY – Eugene de Blaas: charm and elegance, in the faces of women and in the clothes of the gondoliers

The environment induces. Living inside a circle (domestic or urban), in contact with challenging reality, it is always an excellent opportunity to enhance your creative abilities, often hidden. Visiting a city, you can also collect the attitudes of other people who, before you, have lived this experience. A perfectly proportioned man (created by Leonardo da Vinci), correlating the symmetry of …

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RAJA RAVI VARMA (1848/1906), INDIAN PAINTER – The fusion of European techniques with a purely Indian sensibility

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THE FEMININE EMOTION ON CANVAS – Raja Ravi Varma, Madurai’s shades of emotion

A perfectly proportioned man (created by Leonardo da Vinci), correlating the symmetry of human anatomy to the symmetry of the universe. What you see, hear, eat and feel, it’s all inside Meeting Benches way, the Vitruvian approach to life. You are looking for emotion on canvas, Madurai’s shades of emotion. RAJA RAVI VARMA 1/4 – He was born into an …

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OLGA WISINGER-FLORIAN (1844/1926), AUSTRIAN FEMALE PAINTER – An elite circle of buyers, between intense colors and flower images

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PAINTING OF LIGHT AND MOOD – Olga Wisinger-Florian, musical shades over flowers

OLGA WISINGER-FLORIAN 1/4 – She was born in Vienna in one day in November, and will live to love music and Impressionist painting. Her painting of light and mood as well as her choice of motifs (alleys, gardens, fields) show strong similarities to Schinder’s works. OLGA WISINGER-FLORIAN 2/4 – Socially engaged in the struggle for women’s emancipation, she represents with …

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CARLO PORTELLI (1510/1574), ITALIAN PAINTER – The Florentine Mannerism, in the sweetness of the faces, and in the complexity of the scenes

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THE NATIVITY ART – Characters and places, shades of creativity through the ages

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GEORGES BRAQUE (1882/1963), FRENCH PAINTER – Painting breaking the surface of the painting, but not too much

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