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A WINDOW ON THE RENAISSANCE PORTRAIT – The evolution of Antoniazzo Romano’s portraiture

A journey from gothic styles to renaissance forms We know little about his life, yet he was the greatest Roman painter of the Renaissance. His first work is the Madonna Del Latte, preserved in the Civic Museum of Rieti. He was a painter of the Roman school of the Renaissance. Born in Rome around 1430, Antoniazzo Romano https://www.finestresullarte.info/Puntate/2012/14-antoniazzo-romano.php painted the …

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CHINESE BRUSHES AND WESTERN VISUAL CONVENTIONS – Lee Man Fong, the painter who lived among experiments, reflections and corrections

Lit subjects, vigorous brushstrokes and rich colors From the age of 16, he learned the techniques of oil painting and his first oil painting of 1929 showed an aptitude for perspective. The work of Lee Man Fong http://www.artnet.com/artists/lee-man-fong/, an Indonesian painter of Chinese descent, fuses Chinese ink painting with 17th-century Dutch paintings. His elegant representations of the Balinese people focused …

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BRIGHT WATER LANDSCAPES, EXUBERANCE OF STYLE AND VIBRANT COLORS – Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar: Between European modernism, Jain manuscripts and Ajanta Caves

When you have an artistic family background From the very beginning of his life, it has been his aim to be able to express joys and sorrows through colour and line. In 1986, Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar https://www.gallery7.com/artists-work.php?id=NDQ was award the Rayotsava Award from Karnataka State (Karnataka). Leater, he was conferred the Padma Bhushan by Government of India (New Delhi). He …

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A PIONEER OF THE SOUTH KOREAN MODERN ART – Park Rehyun: it is not difficult to have art in mind

If you study traditional paintings in pursuit of art In 1958, she said it is not difficult to have artistry within your mind, because when a precious flow begins to move with your emotions it is a sign the world of art brings to your minds. On the 100th anniversary of her birth, a retrospective was present at the Deoksugung …

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NEIL PASILAN AND THE CREATIVE WAY TO PAINT – Focusing on making art day in and day out, remaining an street artist

A self-taught artist, creative every day His attempts to shape an artistic consciousness are the fruit of decades of practice. From his point of view, an artist is more comfortable when he is true to himself. Born and raised in Bacolod City, he began making art as a young man. Each of his works is a story; in fact, he …

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AN ENCHANTED WOOD, FULL OF DELICACY – Elves and Fairies, honoured also on a postage stamp

Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, magic for few people What we are telling you is a story of fairy tales, feminism and an excellent reputation. Benjamin Bear, one of the characters she created in pen and ink watercolors, resembled a teddy bear, but there was also a koala inside him. Ida Sherbourne Rentoul Outhwaite https://documents.uow.edu.au/~morgan/outhwaite.htm, born in Melbourne in 1888, she showed …

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THE INFANT GENIUS OF AN ARTIST – Keith Haring, part of the New York art scene during the 1980s

Scout the life and colourful works of an artist Perhaps by chance, Keith Haring decided to express his creativity on empty advertising spaces. The New York subway https://untappedcities.com/2014/05/02/6-places-to-see-keith-harings-artwork-in-nyc/ became a kind of “workshop,” the art atelier where new and reckless graphic solutions could be experimented. We remember his debut season with his words: «”One day, traveling on the subway, I …

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SOMETHING BRIGHT AND FUN – Yuki Ogura, a very prolific artist

A Japanese Modern & Contemporary artist The warmth and humanity in her work, makes she endearing to audiences. Her maiden name was Yuki Mizoguchi. Yuki Ogura http://www.artnet.com/artists/yuki-ogura/ was born in Ōtsu city (Shiga Prefecture), into a March day, in 1895. Her home-studio were located in Kamakura, where she lived to the age of 105. Her work has been offered at …

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POPULIST ART AND MARGINALIZED SOCIETY – Onib Olmedo and his expressionistic figurative paintings

A leading figure in Philippine expressionism Prior to his death, he had received critical acclaim for his work both in his country and abroad. Onib Olmedo http://www.artnet.com/artists/onib-olmedo/ died in 1996, when he was only 59 years old, but his impact in the art scene continues to be felt on his country. As evidenced by a whole new generation of artists …

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TIMELESESS THEMES INTO 20TH CENTURY ROOTED PAINTINGS – Simon Quadrat, the unguarded moment’s painter

When childhood all supplement memory, feeding imagination If you are looking for London‘s Naive Art Museums, you need to know about the British Folk Art Collection https://britishfolkartcollection.org.uk/origins-of-the-collection/. In 1993, the Peter Moores Foundation http://www.roh.org.uk/support/trusts-and-foundations/peter-moores-foundation acquired the Collection, now housed in Compton Verney (Warwickshire). Upon entering the Tate London Museum https://www.tate.org.uk/art/art-terms/n/naive-art, you will find that naive art refers to artists who …

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