Étiquette : 19th century

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The first American impressionist woman painter: MARY CASSATT

« Mutter kämmt ihr Kind » (1879) ART and DESIGN Great painting artists The first American impressionist woman painter MARY CASSATT Mary Cassatt was born May 22, 1844, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and died June 14, 1926 in Mesnil-Théribus, France, where she is buried.Since art was her passion from an early age, she was encouraged by her parents. Cassatt traveled throughout Europe, before studying painting at the Pennsylvania … Lire la suite The first American impressionist woman painter: MARY CASSATT

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Great painting artists: Edward Lamson Henry

ART and DESIGN Great painting artists Edward Lamson Henry Edward Lamson Henry, is an American painter, born January 12, 1841 in Charleston (South Carolina) and died May 11, 1919 in Ellenville (New York). Although he had lost his parents at the age of seven, social ties and sufficient means gave him access to the elite artistic circles of New York. In New York, he … Lire la suite Great painting artists: Edward Lamson Henry

Images of old town in Munich

RECOMMENDED: Visit the shops of artisanal products, in the middle of the old town of Munich, you will find beautiful pieces: I am the author of all the photos; Prohibited from downloading or using without my written permission. All rights reserved.

MASTERPIECE OF THE DAY ( January 24, 2021 )

A MASTERPIECE IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING January 24, 2021 « The Frigidarium » (1890)  » The Frigidarium «  (1890) by Lawrence Alma-Tadema  (1836–1912)  In ancient Rome, the frigidarium ( …) was the part of the thermal baths where you could take cold water baths. It was the first bathroom in the thermal baths, before the tepidarium and the caldarium, which were successively lukewarm and hot baths. … Lire la suite MASTERPIECE OF THE DAY ( January 24, 2021 )

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Barbizon school in the history of Art

Great painting artists Barbizon school Source: pixabay.com The Barbizon School (1) refers to a group of landscape painters established around Barbizon, who wanted to work « outdoors and after nature » in the forest of Fontainebleau (2).They are landscape-realists who paint the forest in the open air. Their pictorial impetus took shape from the 1820s, in the course of the pre-impressionists.Artists from the Barbizon school joined … Lire la suite Barbizon school in the history of Art

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Let’s look at life in Paris at the end of the 19th century with Jean Béraud

Great painting artists Let’s look at life in Paris at the end of the 19th century with Jean Béraud Jean Béraud is a French painter, born (of French parents) on January 12, 1849 in Saint Petersburg and died in Paris on October 4, 1935,.After the death of his sculptor father in 1853, he accompanied his mother Geneviève Eugénie Jacquin and his 3 brothers during … Lire la suite Let’s look at life in Paris at the end of the 19th century with Jean Béraud

A great painter and professor of impressionism: CHASE

Great painting artists A great painter and professor of impressionism William Merritt Chase William Merritt Chase, is an American painter, born in Williamsburg (now Nineveh, Indiana) on November 1, 1849, died in New York on October 25, 1916. known for his commitment to Impressionism and as a teacher.Chase was a great impressionist, who worked on all media (oil paint, pastel, ink …) and on … Lire la suite A great painter and professor of impressionism: CHASE

Do you know the artist who created these artistic works ?

Great painting artists Do you know the artist who created these artistic works ? The answer at the bottom of the article The answer : Joaquim Vayreda Joaquín Vayreda, is a Catalan Spanish artist, born May 23, 1843 in Girona and died October 31, 1894 in Olot. He was a landscape painter, after his first paintings which were mainly inspired by religious scenes. Joaquim … Lire la suite Do you know the artist who created these artistic works ?

The talent of some artists was only well valued after their deaths: 1) Paul Gauguin

A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING The talent of some artists was only well valued after their deaths: 4 painters as an example 1) Paul Gauguin Born June 7, 1848 in Paris, is a post-impressionist painter. he is considered one of the major French painters of the 19th century, and one of the most important precursors of modern art.He had fled Europe to … Lire la suite The talent of some artists was only well valued after their deaths: 1) Paul Gauguin

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19th century classical Spanish painting

19th century classical Spanish painting   Photo author: en.m.wikipedia Coronation of Don Manuel J. Quintana [Winner of « Spanish poet »] – (1859) Luis López Piquer  (1802–1865) Photo Source: commons.wikimedia View of the Port of Miravete, Old Madrid Road – (1869) Manuel Barrón y Carrillo  (1814–1884) Photo Source: commons.wikimedia Lavanderas en el Manzanares – (1879) Casimiro Sainz  (1853–1898) Photo source: commons.wikimedia Party in La Muñosa – … Lire la suite 19th century classical Spanish painting

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A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING :  » The Love Letter « 

A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING Title painting:  « The Love Letter » theme: Figurative Size: 66.7 x 46.3 cm. (26.3 x 18.2 in.) Medium: oil on canvas User (Photo): Guil2027 [ Source of the photo : commons.wikimedia.org] Artist: Federico Andreotti is an Italian painter, born March 6, 1847 in Florence and died in 1930 in the same city. Federigo Andreotti studied at the Academy of Fine … Lire la suite A MASTERPIECE, IN THE HISTORY OF PAINTING :  » The Love Letter «