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A PAINTER OUT OF THE SCHEMES – Giorgio Morandi, the painter who transforms the environment into works of art

A formal rigor imbued with meditation and contemplation Having become one of the most original protagonists of Italian painting of the twentieth century, he is considered among the greatest world engravers. The works of Cézanne and Picasso influenced him. Born in Bologna into a July day 1890, Giorgio Morandi https://www.focus.it/cultura/arte/giorgio-morandi studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna, studying …

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FASCINATE THE WORLD, WITH THE MANY FACETS OF ART – Salvatore Fiume, the all-round artist

A complete creative, capable of declining his skills in the many fields of art In the southwestern part of the Province of Ragusa, Comiso awaits you https://www.paesionline.it/italia/cosa-vedere-comiso, with a Buddhist monument (the Pagoda of Peace) located in front of a former missile base. In Piazza Fonte Diana, with foundations resting on a Roman bath, the eighteenth-century Palazzo Comunale houses a …

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ROMANTIC SHADES AT THE END OF 19TH CENTURY – Lionello Balestrieri: When music inspires subjects for paintings

Painting musicians, private lessons and city streets For your stay in Siena, choose a period residence equipped with every comfort. A few meters from the great masterpieces of Siena, the Palazzo Coli Bizzarrini https://www.palazzocolibizzarrini.com/en/home-en/ is one of the best examples of the Renaissance period. Today, it has been converted into an accommodation with impeccable services, where history is intertwined with …

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THE PSYCHIC KUBISMUS – Gino Severini: Birth and development of cubism, up to the manifesto of futurist painting

Where space and time merge into lights and colors Here in Cortona https://www.discovertuscany.com/it/cortona/info-utili.html, the Etruscan civilization left many traces, before conquered by the Romans. The origins of its Etruscan Academy Museum date back to 1727. Between history and legend, bloody battles, art and religion, these hills contain a fantastic stop in southern Tuscany. Do not forget to take the path …

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BETWEEN IMAGINATION AND ABSTRACTION – Carlo Carrà, the revolutionary who had a limit, beyond which there was something more

When a puppet symbolized the destruction of the era of false beauty In Piedmont, on the northwestern border with the hills of the Monferrato Casalese, Quargnento http://www.comune.quargnento.al.it/ is a municipality in the Alessandria plain. Among its monuments, you will find the minor Basilica of San Dalmazio, one of the most important ecclesiastical examples in the province. In the Vallerina Street, …

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THE MYSTERIOUS SPLENDOR OF PICTORIAL NEGATIVITY – Parmigianino, an innate mannerist disposition in the shadow of the Renaissance

Where present fades into eternity and unreal timeless dimension Following in the footsteps of Parmigianino, we propose you to get to know him through the places that preserve the memory of the creative fruits of this painter, born in Parma in 1503. Your itinerary begins outside the city, in the Castle of Fontanellato, in which he frescoed the bedroom of …

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AN INFORMAL AND NOT IDEALIZED STYLE – Andrea del Sarto, the painter with no errors

Sophisticated and exciting value of tone-setting For our first purchase, we entered a shop located at 17 in via Aretina. Obviously, in an online store https://www.unique-canvas.com/artprints/artist-sandro-botticelli.html, you can request the painting you prefer. Considered the most famous exponent of the early Florentine Renaissance, he was born in Florence in 1445, right in the same city where the Paolo Tonda Corniceria …

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CLEAR STAINS, TO ENHANCE BRIGHTNESS – Alberto Issel: When color becomes the characteristic of creativity

Horizontal compositions and search for contrast Among other things, it sells fabrics for shirts, blankets and handkerchiefs, with fabrics ranging from cotton to Irish linen. In the center of Genoa, the Giovanni Rivara Fu Luigi 1802 shop https://www.rivara1802.it/ is world famous for its Genoese mezzari, large cotton or linen cloths, richly decorated with brightly colored flowers. Alberto Issel, a Genoese …

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INCORPORATE DRAMATIC TENSION INTO PAINTING – Giotto di Bondone: Human face and human emotion, in both expression and gesture

Power of imaginative force, to break stylized forms of medieval art There are places where special things happen, like the roots of a tree that embrace the rock, a full moon just veiled by a cloud or a hill where a child is born destined to change the perception of painting. You can go to central Italy http://www.italia.it/en/home.html to understand …

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A VENETIAN MASTER OF POETIC MOOD, COLOUR AND LIGHT – Giorgione: Wanderful technique, colour, and mood of pictures

When artist show quality and charm in the painting Today, the work of painters embraces the current reality and the forecast of future universes, but in this city, you will discover that this has already been done starting five centuries ago. According to seventeenth-century news, it was the home of the artist Giorgione between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Today, …

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