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Dimitar Voinov Junior, 1971 | Figurative painter

Dimitar Voinov Junior / Димитър Войнов-младши - was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 1990 graduated The High School of Fine Arts “I. Petrov” Sofia. In 1997 graduated fresco in the National Art Academy, Sofia.
He has above 22 individual exhibitions. He has a prize “Silver Vazrazdane” for painting.
Lives and works in Sofia. Since 1997 participation in a great number of collective exhibitions in Bulgaria, Switzerland, Turkey, Cyprus, Germany, France, England.


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Karol Bąk, 1961 | Fantasy / Figurative painter

Karol Bąk was born in Koło in the Wielkopolska Region. He graduated from the Fine Arts High School of Poznań with a degree in Interior Exhibition Arrangement.
In 1984, he was admitted to the Graphics Department of the State College of Art (currently the University of Arts in Poznań). He already knew what direction he wanted to take in his studies - painting, graphics and sculpture were perceived as a prestigious pursuit of "searching for pure art".
He was confident he had made the best choice. He graduated in 1989 with distinction, with two degrees in Graphics, under Prof. Tadeusz Jackowski, and Drawing in the studio of Prof. Jarosław Kozłowski.


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Federico Beltran Masses | Symbolist / Art Déco painter

Federico Armando Beltrán Massés (1885-1949) was a Cuban-born Spanish artist, renowned as a master of color and the psychological portrait, as well as a painter of seductive images of strong, often scandalous, women.
Federico Beltrán Massés was born in Guaira de la Melena, Cuba.
He studied with the painter Joaquín Sorolla 1863-1923🎨 at l’École des Beaux-Arts de Barcelona and, in 1905, he studied Spanish and European art at the Prado, Madrid.
In 1916, he received recognition from the Paris's Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and continued to live in Paris for many years.


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Margarita Sikorskaia, 1968 | Figurative painter

Margarita Sikorskaia / Маргарита Сикорская was born in St. Petersburg, Russia.
She studied in the Department of Arts and Graphics, at the Hertzen Pedagogical University, in St. Petersburg.
In 1990 Margarita moved to the United States, where she currently lives and works as a fine artist.
During her artistic carrier she has exhibited works from New Orleans to Sun Valley.
In 2000 Margarita was selected to participate in a juried show; the Minnesota Museum of American Art's, Minnesota Biennial: 2D 2000.


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Montserrat Gudiol (1933-2015) | Symbolist / Figurative painter

Montserrat Gudiol (1933-2015) was an Spanish painter🎨, daughter of the art historian and architect José Gudiol Ricart, curator and promoter of the Episcopal Museum of Vic. On the mother's side, she is related to Teresa Ametller, sponsor of the Institut Ametller d'Art Hispànic, who founded and directed the father, José Gudiol.
In 1950, she studied restoration of old paintings and focuses specifically on painting on wood and paper.
It sets out in Spain but also in South Africa, the United States, Russia and Canada.
In 1981 she became the first woman admitted to the Real Academia Catalana of Fine Arts of San Jordi. In 1998 she received the Cross of St. George.


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Nicoletta Tomas Caravia, 1963 | Fantasy / Figurative painter

I was born in Madrid in 1963, of a Greek mother, Spanish father, grandmother Austrian. I currently reside in Valencia, Spain.
I am a self taught painter, and started my artistic career in Valencia (Spain) 1990, using in depth the pastel technique.
I concentrated on different themes such as indoor motifs, city views and bullfighting scenes. At this time and since 1998 I have given my paintings a new turn, centered on the human body.
I am in a constant search for new ways of artistic expressions, both in style and means.
The painting has been growing in me and I in it, we go hand in hand because it is an intimate language between my soul and me. I learn with her. I inhabit the realm of form to let speak deep emotions, my world mirrors the world outside-in. My pictorial motifs, the light of man, his fragility and greatness.


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Masaccio | Early Renaissance painter

Masaccio, byname of Tommaso di Giovanni di Simone Cassai, (born December 21, 1401, Castel San Giovanni [now San Giovanni Valdarno, near Florence, Italy] - died autumn 1428, Rome), important Florentine painter of the early Renaissance🎨 whose frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel of the Church of Santa Maria del Carmine in Florence (c. 1427) remained influential throughout the Renaissance.
In the span of only six years, Masaccio radically transformed Florentine painting.
His art eventually helped create many of the major conceptual and stylistic foundations of Western painting. Seldom has such a brief life been so important to the history of art.
Early Life And Works
Tommaso di Giovanni di Simone Guidi was born in what is now the town of San Giovanni Valdarno, in the Tuscan province of Arezzo, some 40 miles (65 km) southeast of Florence.
His father was Ser Giovanni di Mone Cassai, a notary, while his mother, Monna Iacopa, was the daughter of an innkeeper. Masaccio’s brother Giovanni was also an artist; called lo Scheggia (“the Splinter”), he is known only for several inept paintings.


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Amedeo Modigliani | Expressionist / Modern Painter / Sculptor

Amedeo Modigliani🎨, (born July 12, 1884, Livorno, Italy-died January 24, 1920, Paris, France), Italian painter🎨 and sculptor🎨 whose portraits-characterized by asymmetrical compositions, elongated figures, and a simple but monumental use of line-are among the most-important portraits of the 20th century.
Modigliani was born into a Jewish family of merchants.
As a child, he suffered from pleurisy and typhus, which prevented him from receiving a conventional education.
In 1898 he began to study painting. After a brief stay in Florence in 1902, he continued his artistic studies in Venice, remaining there until the winter of 1906, when he left for Paris.
His early admiration for Italian Renaissance🎨 painting-especially that of Siena-was to last throughout his life.


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Guy Cambier, 1923 | Genre painter

Guy Cambier (1923-2008) was born in Uccle-lez-Bruxelles in 1923. He was a painter of Genre painting🎨, scenes, figures, portraits and still life paintings.
At the age of nine years old, he lost the use of his legs caused by a tragic accident. He was self taught and studied the techniques and works of those artists he emulated, Corot and Watteau.


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Brian McCarthy, 1960 | Magic Realism painter

Brian McCarthy is a Irish painter, best known for his Boomtown and Masquerade series of paintings.
Brian McCarthy's artistic career began in 1981, when a painting sold at Ireland's Douglas Hyde Gallery's 'Living Art Exhibition'.
Fine art auctioneers, such as Christie's in London and Adam's in Dublin, regularly feature his paintings, which can be found in many corporate and private collections, both in Ireland and internationally.
Elsewhere, his work has been included in numerous group shows at commercial galleries in Ireland and the UK, as well as annual exhibitions at the Irish Royal Hibernian Academy.


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