George Dunlop Leslie ~ Genre painter

George Dunlop Leslie (1835-1921) was an British Genre painter, author and illustrator.
Leslie was born into an artistic family, his father was the notable genre painter Charles Robert Leslie RA, and his uncle Robert Leslie was a marine artist. He studied art first at Cary's Art Academy, then from 1854 at the Royal Academy. His first exhibition at the Academy was in 1859 and he showed his work every year thereafter. He became an Associate (ARA) in 1868 and a full Royal Academician (RA) in 1876.

Ludwig Gschossmann ~ Abstract Impressionism painter

German painter Ludwig Gschossmann [1894-1988] lived his life in a remote lake area in Germany by the name of Tegernsee. There have been no records of Gschossmann’s birth in the Munich archives in Germany. Some historians believe that Gschossmann was born as early as 1894. Other dates of birth in research books range from 1901-1913 and 1914.

Leonardo da Vinci ~ Differenza infra poesia e pittura

  Trattato della Pittura - Parte prima /18
La pittura immediate ti si rappresenta con quella dimostrazione per la quale il suo fattore l'ha generata, e dà quel piacere al senso massimo, qual dare possa alcuna cosa creata dalla natura. Ed in questo caso il poeta, che manda le medesime cose al comun senso per la via dell'udito, minor senso, non dà all'occhio altro piacere che se uno sentisse raccontare una cosa. Or vedi che differenza è dall'udir raccontare una cosa che dia piacere all'occhio con lunghezza di tempo, o vederla con quella prestezza che si vedono le cose naturali. Ed ancorché le cose de' poeti sieno con lungo intervallo di tempo lette, spesse sono le volte che le non sono intese, e bisogna farvi sopra diversi comenti, ne' quali rarissime volte tali comentatori intendono qual fosse la mente del poeta; e molte volte i lettori non leggono se non piccola parte delle loro opere per disagio di tempo. Ma l'opera del pittore immediate è compresa da' suoi risguardatori.

Barbara Jaskiewicz, 1957 ~ Impressionist Palette Knife painter

Polish painter Barbara Jaskiewicz was born in Wroclaw, the city in which she still lives today. She graduated from the Wroclaw University of Technology with a BA in Architecture. She paints in oils and watercolor and she also draws. Her subject matter is wide ranging, beginning with landscapes inspired by the noble sceneries found in the south of France, wild Alpine meadows or the picturesque valleys of the Tatra Mountains. Gardens and park promenades scattered within the trees of ancient forests, landscapes of Silesian lowlands and of Lubelszczyzna (situated in SE-Poland) appear to an equal degree.

Renaissance Art Movement ~ Sitemap

Michelangelo Buonarroti - Cappelle Medicee, Firenze

List of Renaissance Art Movement artists,
with images, bios and information about their notable works

Aforismi Letteratura e Poesia
  1. Alda Merini / Michelangelo ~ Bambino.. - Nuovo!!
  2. Leonardo Da Vinci ~ Se vuoi star sano..
  3. Lisa Gherardini, la modella del ritratto più famoso del mondo
  4. Michelangelo Buonarroti ~ Aforismi
Art History Movements and Styles
  1. Il Trattato della pittura
  2. Leonardo da Vinci ~ Il pittore e lo scultore - Nuovo!!
  3. Leonardo da Vinci ~ Parla il musico col pittore - Nuovo!!
  4. Leonardo da Vinci ~ Perché la pittura non è connumerata nelle scienze - Nuovo!!
  5. Leonardo da Vinci ~ Trattato della pittura, 1786 | Il Testo Integrale
Art Voyage
  1. Alda Merini / Michelangelo ~ Bambino.. - Nuovo!!
  2. La Cappella Sistina compie 500 anni
  3. La Galleria degli Uffizi di Firenze - Nuovo!!
  4. Michelangelo Buonarroti ~ La Cappella Sistina
  5. Michelangelo ~ Cappella Paolina, Vaticano

Telemaco Signorini ~ Macchiaioli Art Movement

Telemaco Signorini [August 18, 1835 - February 1, 1901] was an Italian artist who belonged to the group known as the Macchiaioli.
He was born in the Santa Croce quarter of Florence, and showed an early inclination toward the study of literature, but with the encouragement of his father, Giovanni Signorini, a court painter for the Grand Duke of Tuscany, he decided instead to study painting. In 1852 he enrolled at the Florentine Academy, and by 1854 he was painting landscapes En Plein air. The following year he exhibited for the first time, showing paintings inspired by the works of Walter Scott and Machiavelli at the Florentine Promotrice.

Giorgio Kienerk ~ Post Impressionist/Symbolist painter

Italian painter and sculptor Giorgio Kienerk [Firenze 1869 - Fauglia/Pisa 1948] born to an old Tuscan family. Kienerk began to study drawing and sculpture with the master Adriano Cecioni. At the age of only 17, he had the opportunity to show his works at the Florentine Promotrice show for new talent. When his teacher Cecioni died unexpectedly in 1886, Kienerk worked with Telemaco Signorini, who pushed him to master painting as well. At the end of the '80s, he was a regular patron at Volturno, a small restaurant in Florence, where he got to know Silvestro Lega. Together they painted several rooms in the restaurant.
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