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Elena Prudnikova, 1978 | Figurative painter

Russian painter🎨 Elena Prudnikova /Елена Прудникова was born in Chita, Russia.
In 1997 she graduated from the Chitinsky Art School as an artist designer. Graduated from Krasnoyarsk art college and St. Petersburg State Academic Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture IE Repin🎨.
Member of the Russian Artists Union.
Her works are among private collections in Russia and abroad: Spain, England, France, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Caribbean Isles, America, Latvia and Lithuania, Italy, Switzerland and Brazil.



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George Inness | Quotes / Aforismi

George Inness🎨 (1825-1894) was an American artist🎨 whose landscapes melded the paint handling of the French Barbizon School🎨 with subject matter specific to the changing American countryside.

The true use of art is, first, to cultivate the artist's own spiritual nature.
Il vero uso dell'arte è, in primo luogo, coltivare la natura spirituale dell'artista.

The true end of art is not to imitate a fixed material condition, but to represent a living emotion.

La vera fine dell'Arte non è imitare una condizione materiale fissa, ma rappresentare un movimento vivente.



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Pablo Neruda | Ode all'autunno

Modest is the autumn, like the woodcutters.
It's costly to cut all the leaves
off all the trees of all places.
In spring they're sewn on in flight
and now you must let them fall
as if they were little yellow birds:
it isn't easy.
You need time.

Vincent van Gogh🎨 | Autumn Garden, 1888


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Armand Point | Symbolist painter

Armand Point (23 March 1860 or 23 March 1861 - February 1932 or March 1932) was a French painter🎨, engraver and designer who was associated with the Symbolist movement and was one of the founders of the Salon de la Rose + Croix.
Later he formed his own atelier. Sources differ over the details of his birth and death.
Point's earliest works were Orientalist scenes of markets and musicians and the street life of his youth in Algeria.
In 1888 he travelled to Paris where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Auguste Herst and Fernand Cormon.
He was linked to Numa Gillet. From 1890 he exhibited at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts.



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Gary Hernandez, 1953 | Classical realism painter

Gary Hernandez is an internationally recognized, award winning🎨 artist. He was born in Victoria, Texas and currently resides in Houston, Texas.
He received training from the Houston Museum of Fine Arts School of Art.
In 1986 he sold his graphics design firm to pursue a full-time career as a professional artist.
Exhibiting extensively in the Houston area, his art has also been showcased in SOHO, New York/ Santa Fe, New Mexico/ Chicago, Illinois/ Cape Cod, Massachusetts/ Scottsdale, Arizona/ Fairfield, Connecticut/ Topeka, Kansas/ Naples, Florida/ Springfield, Massachusetts as well as the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston.



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Jaroslav Seifert | Fragment of a Letter / Frammento di una lettera

All night rain lashed the windows.
I couldn’t go to sleep.
So I switched on the light
and wrote a letter.

Per tutta la notte la pioggia sferzava le finestre.
Non potrei andare a dormire
Quindi ho acceso la luce
e ho scritto una lettera.

Victor Nizovtsev


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Edvard Munch | Paintings and Quotes / Aforismi

By painting colors and lines and forms seen in quickened mood I was seeking to make this mood vibrate as a phonograph does. This was the origin of the paintings in The Frieze of Life.
Attraverso l'arte cerco di vedere chiaro nella mia relazione con il mondo, e se possibile aiutare anche chi osserva le mie opere a capirle, a guardarsi dentro.
To die is as if one's eyes had been put out and one cannot see anything any more. Perhaps it is like being shut in a cellar. One is abandoned by all. They have slammed the door and are gone. One does not see anything and notices only the damp smell of putrefaction.