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Firmin Baes | Portrait / Figurative painter



Firmin Baes (1874, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode - 1943, Brussels) was a Belgian impressionist* painter.
The son of the decorative painter Henri Baes, Firmin Baes was active as a portrait painter and a painter of still life subjects, figures, landscapes and interiors. He studied under Léon Frédéric at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels between 1888-1894, and the elder artist’s influence is evident in many of Baes’s early paintings.

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Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema | Spring / Primavera, 1894



A procession of women and children descending marble stairs carry and wear brightly colored flowers. Cheering spectators fill the windows and roof of a classical building.
Dutch-born British Classicist painter Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912)* here represented the Victorian custom of sending children into the country to collect flowers on the morning of May 1, or May Day, but placed the scene in ancient Rome.

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Sexto Canegallo | Pointillist / Futurist painter


Italian painter* Giuseppe Sexto Canegallo (Genova Sestri Ponente 1892 - Carezzano 1966) graduated from the Ligustica of Fine Arts of Genoa.
Originally a divisionist painter, after his transfer to Milan, was halfway between divisionism and futurism.
Sexto Canegallo successfully exhibited in Rome, Genoa and Paris.

Pubblicato il 25/05/17e aggiornato il

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Eric Wallis, 1968 | Impressionist Figurative painter | Part.2



Not long ago, Tutt'Art@ published the figurative paintings of American painter*:
and continue to familiarize with his work.

For biographical notes -in english and italian- by Wallis see:

Pubblicato il 21/05/17e aggiornato il

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Everett Shinn | Ashcan School painter



Everett Shinn (1876-1953), a painter, illustrator, designer and playwright who was best known for his images of the theater, was born in New Jersey in 1876. He studied industrial design in Philadelphia from 1888-1890, and in 1893, he enrolled in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. At the same time, Shinn supported himself as an artist-reporter for the Philadelphia Press, where he became friends with William Glackens, George Luks, and John Sloan, whose style of urban realism influenced Shinn to depict the bleaker aspects of city life. In 1897 he moved to New York to continue his career as a newspaper and magazine illustrator.

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Paris painting | Part.5

"Avremo sempre Parigi !"
"We'll always have Paris !"
diceva Humphrey Bogart ad Ingrid Bergman nel film Casablanca, una delle pellicole hollywoodiane più celebri di tutti i tempi, tratta dall'opera teatrale "Everybody Comes to Rick's" di Murray Burnett e Joan Alison, diretto nel 1942 da Michael Curtiz.
Nel 2005, questa frase fu scelta da 1500 addetti ai lavori dell'American Film Institute come la numero 43 tra le 100 migliori citazioni cinematografiche di tutti i tempi tratte da film di produzione USA.
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Paris painting | Part.4


"Only the great distance that separates Paris from my native town prevented me from going back.. It was the Louvre that put end to all these hesitations.
When I walked around the circular Veronese* room and the rooms that the works of Manet*, Delacroix* and Courbet are in, I desired nothing more.

Pubblicato il 19/05/17e aggiornato il

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Alexander Saidov / Александр Саидов, 1970 | Still Life



Not long ago, Tutt'Art@ published the landscapes of Russian painter*
Saidov was born in St. Pavlovskaya, Krasnodar Krai. In 1989, he graduated from Krasnodar art College. Since 1995 member of Union of artists of Russia.
His works are in private collections in Russia, Germany, Turkey, USA, Australia, Thailand and other countries.

Pubblicato il 18/05/17e aggiornato il

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Edward Hopper | Magic Realism painter | Part.2



Edward Hopper (1882-1967)* was a prominent American* realist painter and printmaker. While he was most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. Both in his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision of modern American life.

For biographical notes -in english and italian- and other works by Hopper see:

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Paris painting | Part.3

"I love the night passionately.
I love it as I love my country, or my mistress, with an instinctive, deep, and unshakeable love. I love it with all my senses: I love to see it, I love to breathe it in, I love to open my ears to its silence, I love my whole body to be caressed by its blackness. Skylarks sing in the sunshine, the blue sky, the warm air, in the fresh morning light. The owl flies by night, a dark shadow passing through the darkness; he hoots his sinister, quivering hoot, as though he delights in the intoxicating black immensity of space"
. Guy de Maupassant

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Andrew Hem | Pop Surrealist painter



The Cambodian-born artist Andrew Hem was born during his parents’ flight from Cambodia in the wake of the Khmer Rouge genocide and his upbringing was influenced by the rural heritage of his ancestors and the urban sensibility of Los Angeles, where his family came to reside. Being positioned within these cultural dichotomies fostered an aesthetic inspired by graffiti, as well as tribal and supernatural imagery. Describing his compositions as dreamlike memories inspired by personal experiences, Hem’s ethereal paintings function as a window overlooking the invisible realm of the human spirit.

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Arthur John Elsley | Genre painter



Arthur John Elsley (20 November 1860 - 19 February 1952) was an English painter* of the late Victorian and Edwardian periods, famous for his idyllic genre scenes* of playful children and their pets. He achieved great popularity during his life and much of his work appeared in calendars, magazines and books.
Elsley was born in London, one of six children of John Elsley, coachman and amateur artist, and Emily Freer. Elsley's father had exhibited at the British Institution Exhibition in 1845 but later in life contracted tuberculosis which forced him into early retirement.

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Michel Delacroix, 1933 | Paris painting in Naïf Style



French painter* Michel Delacroix is an acclaimed master of the Naïf tradition and one of the most popular and successful artists in the world today.
Artist Michel Delacroix studied at the Lycee Louis-le-Grand.
Delacroix was educated at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and spent years experimenting with several different painting styles until, at the age of 35, he began producing works in the Naïf tradition, his characteristic style.
Michel Delacroix was born in 1933 on the Left Bank, in the 14th Arrondissement of Paris. He started painting at the early age of seven just as the German Occupation of Paris began. Paris as it was during the Occupation is the Paris that appears in his paintings even today; there was a virtual absence of automobiles and streetlights, the city was quiet and isolated.

Pubblicato il 10/05/17e aggiornato il

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Julee Simmons | Figurative painter


JuLee Simmons began painting in oils more than thirty years ago, at the age of ten. That discovery unleashed a passion which has animated her life to the present day.
"Sometimes I wish I could make art like I did when I was young", JuLee recalls.
"There were no mistakes then. A bad drawing of a cow could turn into a pig. Now my work is more of a struggle. It takes a lot of insight and patience to make that mark on the paper deliberate and profound"
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Frederick Morgan | Genre painter


Frederick Morgan (1847/1856-1927), was an English painter* of portraits, animals, domestic and country scenes. He became known for his idyllic genre scenes* of childhood.
Morgan was born in London. He was commonly known as Fred Morgan and was the son of John Morgan, a successful genre artist sometimes known as 'Jury Morgan' (after one of his paintings The Gentlemen of the Jury).

Pubblicato il 07/05/17e aggiornato il

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Ron Hicks, 1965 | Impressionist Figurative painter | Part 2



Ron Hicks* masterfully guides viewers into the emotional realm of art. His paintings draw viewers into the very personal worlds of stolen kisses, handwritten letters and mysterious bedroom scenes.
"I open a dialogue for a story, and it’s up to the viewer to interpret it", Hicks says.
Just as he employs muted tones - often grays - to render his paintings.
His more traditional style, with influences including 17th century Dutch masters*, blends representational art and impressionism*, yet the ideas and stories within his paintings convey a much more contemporary feel.
His loose brushwork and his allowance for models to find their own comfortable poses imbue a depth of humanity and a natural fluidity in his paintings. As he continues to depict slices of life nationwide, he strives to keep his work "as fresh and new as possible", he says. "My hope is that whoever views my work will have their own intimate encounter with it".
For biographical notes -in english and italian- and other works by Ron Hicks see:

Pubblicato il 04/05/17e aggiornato il

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Jérôme Birti, 1988 | Abstract Portrait painter



Jérôme Birti was born in Brussels, Belgium where he now lives. From his early observations of life around him as a child to the now ever developing artwork, the same drive and focus animates his swift hand and sharp stance.
Movement interwoven into a knot that loosens before the eyes. Those words seem to encapsulate his art.

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Ichiro Tsuruta 鶴田一郎, 1954 | Japanese beauty in Art Déco style



Ichiro Tsuruta's* paintings are influenced by ‘Ukiyo-e’ the ancient Japanese paintings of young woman such as ‘Utamaro’ and ‘Hokusai’. He diversifies the style by fusing European Art Déco style.

For biographical notes -in english and italian- and other works by Tsuruta, see:

Pubblicato il 03/05/17e aggiornato il

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Martin Pate | Ballet Dancers



Martin Pate graduated with honors from Ringling School of Art in 1981. His figurative works won acclaim in the Sarasota area by such notables as Thornton Utz who declared a life drawing by Martin as the best work in the 1981 student show.
His love of figurative works has led to numerous commissions over the last 30+ years including a 20+ year association with the National Park Service.
Martin's personal paintings and drawings have won awards* in local, regional and national shows.

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