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Mediterranean painting: light and women

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Antonio Navarro is a Mediterranean painter, who specializes in depicting women. He uses light and colour to create a beautiful pictorial symphony. His canvases transmit calm and serenity to the viewers, who cannot help falling in love with the delicate figures they see on the painting. Navarro is an artist who sees himself away from the avant garde and artistic ...

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Spanish oil painting: realistic seascapes

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PuertoRealistic seascapes created by a Spanish master of the oil painting.[/toggle] is a Spanish artist born in Valencia, who is worldwide known thanks to his magnificent seascapes. In them, he reflects the wilderness of the sea with an impressive and realistic technique. Puerto’s artwork is imbued with a realistic feeling, achieving a never easy thing, which is the impression of ...

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Spanish paintings and flamenco art

Carmen Shaman is a gifted artist who is devoted to one of her great passions: the flamenco art. Her work has been inspired by the masters of the Impressionist school, as we can see in many of her artworks. In her canvases she captures the flamenco essence with a very lively color palette, full of red and gold, which transmits the viewer ...

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PETER BOJTHE – Landscape & Bullfighters

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El artista Bojthe de origen húngaro nació en 1968. Pintor de formación autodidacta es licenciado en Ingeniería Industrial (Maquinaria y Herramientas) en 1995. Empieza a pintar a los 14 años de edad y las técnicas preferidas son el óleo y la acuarela. A partir de 2002 se dedica profesionalmente a la pintura. Los temas mas desarrollados son marinas, figuras, paisajes, ...

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The art market at Edinburgh Festival

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The Edinburgh Festival is a hurly burly of cultural activity, not least for the art market, says Colin Gleadell. During the hurly-burly of cultural activity that is the Edinburgh Festival, it’s easy to forget that there are at least three funded festivals taking place simultaneously: the International, with its emphasis on classical music, theatre and dance; the Fringe, focusing on ...

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RAFAEL SANCHEZ – Figures on the beach

Specializing in maritime themes, particularly themes of human figures, in which he achieves an immeasurable quality. The details of his works are worthy of admiration; baskets, clothing, predominantly light and colourful Andalusian beaches. He has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, has been awarded citations from the National Fine Arts exhibition, and is the winner of numerous awards and painting ...

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RAFAEL SANCHEZ – Figures on the beach

Specializing in maritime themes, particularly themes of human figures, in which he achieves an immeasurable quality. The details of his works are worthy of admiration; baskets, clothing, predominantly light and colourful Andalusian beaches. He has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, has been awarded citations from the National Fine Arts exhibition, and is the winner of numerous awards and painting ...

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National Portrait Gallery buys postcard-sized portrait of Elizabeth I

Flattering painting shows queen in role of Paris choosing between goddesses Hera, Athena and Aphrodite The National Portrait Gallery has spent £329,000 on a postcard-sized painting about which it knows almost nothing, except that it is more than 400 years old, exquisitely painted, and outrageously flattering. Elizabeth I was in her late 50s, and losing teeth and hair, when the image of ...

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National Portrait Gallery buys postcard-sized portrait of Elizabeth I

Flattering painting shows queen in role of Paris choosing between goddesses Hera, Athena and Aphrodite The National Portrait Gallery has spent £329,000 on a postcard-sized painting about which it knows almost nothing, except that it is more than 400 years old, exquisitely painted, and outrageously flattering. Elizabeth I was in her late 50s, and losing teeth and hair, when the image of ...

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ANTONIO DE CELA: Impressionist Landscapes

Painter, sculptor ….. artist, because as Antonio de Cela has said, “that the things around us reflect our way of life and joy” (there is a search for both in all his painting). Things for him are as we see in his pictures (a charming ritual), reflecting the passage of time, our own transience. Perhaps in the things around us, ...

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