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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 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 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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AESTHETIC TRANSFIGURATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTROSPECTION – Giovanni Boldini, the master of flowing style of painting.

Enhancing female physical beauty, turning women into spectacular earthly deities. Perhaps this morning you will have visited the Palazzo dei Diamanti, now you are hungry and you are looking for a restaurant. At the Osteria La Compagnia, we recommend a chopping board with culatello bow and typical salami, to which you can add a flan of pumpkin violina …

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WHEN CREATIVITY CREATE FOULARD FOR STARS¬ – Vittorio Accornero de Testa: painting silk gardens.

Grow, in the liquid fixity of creative set-up Under his skies VITTORIO ACCORNERO DE TESTA was born, one of the protagonists of Italian creativity around the mid-twentieth century. In 1559, the Gonzagas built one of the most powerful European defensive citadels. Even now, Casale Monferrato is well known abroad, as “Capital of the Cold”, because there are manufactured windows and …

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