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PAINTER, GRAPHIC, ARTIST AND ILLUSTRATOR – Jan Zrzavý: A creativity motivated by foreign and domestic landscapes

A symbolist heavily influenced by medieval art For postcard or poster sized souvenirs, do not forget its gift shop. Here you can admire this beloved artist, whose talent for expressive women helped define the Art Nouveau movement. Mucha Museum collection includes theatrical posters that established Czech painter Alphonse Mucha reputation in Paris, alongside work that brought him back to his …

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TO EXPRESS SPIRITUAL CONTENT, BY UNITING ABSTRACTION AND REALITY – Georgy Shishkin: Painter who captured the enigma of Russia

A Russian master of modern portraiture You will need to get a government permit, if you want to visit for yourself. Layers of the mineral carnallite cause its surreal swirls. Entering Yekaterinburg Psychedelic Salt Mines https://weirdrussia.com/2014/06/20/psychedelic-salt-mines-of-yekaterinburg/, you too will consider it is hard to believe that colored dizzying patterns are completely natural. Here, you can admire paint rivers color on …

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A CLEVER BLEND OF BEAUTY, INNOCENCE AND FRAGILITY – Minjae Lee: Always experimenting new materials and ways to do things

Finding inspiration in human face, abstract movement and color Its underground markets, always pulse with a chaotic and old world vibe. Here, “pali pali” (meaning quick, quick), it is a way of life. With its pulsing creative energy, Seoul (the Asian city that never sleeps), moves at a pace that rivals the world’s busiest. Near the Han River (to the …

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FEMALE NUDES IN OUTDOOR SETTINGS – Edwin Holgate: Splendidly painted nudes, without cosmetics

Setting a new fashion in nudism away from French decadence Obviously, you absolutely cannot miss trying its traditional dish called poutine. Stop in Bonsecours Market (its oldest and the biggest market). If you want to discover the French province of Canada, this is definitely a place to start, because Montreal https://www.timeout.com/montreal/things-to-do/best-things-to-do-in-montreal is the biggest city in Quebec Region. Vieux Montreal …

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ATTITUDES AND REVOLUTIONARY TECHNIQUES OF THE IMPRESSIONISTS – Edmund Tarbell: Across the Room

Working out-of-doors and high-keyed palette Boston (Massachusetts), it is famed for as being home to many prestigious universities and technical colleges. To get a real feel for this city, we suggest explore it by foot, starting by huge Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. Its collection is spectacular https://www.mfa.org/, and you too can remaine asthonised by its array of French Impressionist …

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MAASAI ART EXPERIENCE – Peter Ray Mwasha: Independent Arts and Crafts Professional

Tanzania on Canvas Its Kivukoni Fish Market is a great opportunity to witness the blending of cultures and business in a traditional Tanzanian setting. Known for its beaches and music, the city is brimming with a variety of activities for every type of your interest. Best things to see while visiting Dar es Salaam https://www.planetware.com/tourist-attractions-/dar-es-salaam-tza-dar-dar.htm, the City of Peace, they …

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THE SOUTH AFRICA’S GAUGUIN – Alexis Preller: Painting in unique style, isolated from the artistic movements

Painting way woven out of the mystique of Africa Best things to do in Pretoria? Enter Kruger House, the one-time home of President Paul Kruger, who rose to popularity by leading the Transvaal War against Britain. Hapo at Freedom Park, a museum tells you South African history. Why go to Afroboer? It is a classic place to go, where grab …

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SOBER AND EXPRESSIVE PAINTINGS, FROM THE POOR APPEARANCE – Lasar Segall: The mastery of monocronism in the use of color

Nothing is more difficult than interpret colors The Museum of Contemporary Art University of São Paulo http://www.mac.usp.br/mac/, is a contemporary art museum, one of the largest art museums in the country. With more than 8,000 works (comprising the most important artists, art movements and tendencies), museum houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of 20th-century Western art in …

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OPEN ROUTES FOR WOMEN, IN THE ART – Petrona Viera: The planism that portrayed an era

Landscapes, bright colors and children playing Through drawing and color, with the technique of painting it is possible to represent a rural landscape or to paint a whole wall. That representing with artistic intention a real or imaginary object (oil, watercolor or tempera), was also found in France in the Chauvet Cave, where 32,000 years ago they were made (with …

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IN EMBRACE OF PAINTING AND ARCHITECTURE – Prilidiano Pueyrredón: Between privileged lounges and the life of the gauchos

Costumbrist sensibility and preference for everyday themes San Isidro, https://www.lonelyplanet.com/argentina/san-isidro a favorite place of the old Argentinian bourgeoisie, is a quiet city in the suburbs of Buenos Aires. Every weekend on Piazza Miter (in front of the cathedral), you too can participate in its craft fair. Walking, you will discover small shops and chic cafés, up to Villa Ocampo, the …

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