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THE AMERICAN WAY TO PICTORIAL CREATIVITY

Identity and style, between continuity and break with European tradition The American way to pictorial creativity is an interesting and vast topic. There are many artists who have helped define the identity and style of American painting. Norman Rockwell, considered the painter of everyday American life, became famous for his realistic and humorous illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post. Jackson …

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ON THE ROADS OF CREATIVE THINKING – Five shades of art, from San Francisco to Long Island

Sensitivity, ability to produce ideas and originality in designing With the Latin word viatĭcum, we meant the necessary supply to travel, not only in a physical sense but also in a metaphorical sense, as an expression of some form of inner research. Travel is a tool for creating relationships between people and places, as well as the opportunity to open …

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A NEW LOOSELY BRUSHED, HIGHLY TONED STYLE – Julian Alden Weir and his less formal style full of Japanese prints

When watercolor, pastel, and printmaking allow greater expressive freedom Branchville is a municipality in the United States of America, located in the state of New Jersey. To discover its charm, nothing better than staying in one of the holiday homes https://www.vrbo.com/it-it/case-vacanze/stati-uniti-damerica/new-jersey/contea-di-sussex/branchville available in this relaxing destination. The country house and the studio of the painter Julian Alden Weir https://www.nps.gov/wefa/learn/historyculture/jaldenweir.htm are …

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