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Olga Darchuk /Ольга Дарчук, 1976


La pittrice ed insegnante d'arte Ucraina Olga Darchuk è nata nella città di Krivoy Rog, nella regione di Dnepropetrovsk.
Si è laureata presso il Liceo Artistico e l'Università pedagogica Krivoy Rog - Facoltà di grafica artistica.
Darchuk crede che l'arte dovrebbe portare alle persone gioia, ispirazione e trasmettere emozioni positive. La sua creatività è ispirata e basata sul lavoro con il colore.
Le vivaci composizioni di Darchuk sono dipinte esclusivamente con una spatola, usa molto raramente i pennelli. Preferisce creare utilizzando la tecnica Alla Prima con oli su tela.
I soggetti urbani e naturali dai colori forti e fluenti trasmettono un sentimento di speranza e leggerezza.

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Georgi Lapchine (1885-1950)


Georgi (Georges) Alexandrovich Lapchine / Георгий Александрович Лапшин è nato a Mosca.
All'inizio del 1900 ha studiato alla scuola Stroganov. Ha vissuto a Parigi, dove ha studiato con Cormon e JF L'Hermitte.
Ritornato a Mosca, partecipò alla mostra collettiva dell'indipendenza (1910) e fu fondatore / partecipante permanente di "Arte libera" (1911-1917).

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Michele Petrelli | Modern impressionist painter


Michele Petrelli contemporary Italian artist was keening about painting from when he was very young and he graduated from the Art School in 1991.
In 1999 he obtained the title of technical designer.
He says about himself: "I am an enceph in a glass vial. I am a visual-auditory-tactile artist. I do not despise the material thought wandering in the spirit and in the humour".
During the first part of his life he did not have much painting.

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Claude Monet | Inondation à Giverny, 1886

Claude Monet | Inondation à Giverny, 1886

In Inondation à Giverny Monet has created a vibrant landscape that pulses with dynamism. With the patchwork of colors that makes up the rolling hills of the landscape in the distance, coupled with the expansive stretch of water that carries the fragmented reflections of Giverny’s church and neighboring houses on its mirror-like surface, Monet has captured the effects of the natural light as it illuminated the region, and the atmospheric quality of the landscape as a whole, with remarkable results.

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Jane Sutherland (1853-1928) | Impressionist painter


Jane Sutherland was an Australian landscape painter who was part of the pioneering plein-air movement in Australia, and a member of the Heidelberg School. Her advocacy to advance the professional standing of female artists during the late nineteenth century was also a notable achievement.
Jane Sutherland was born in New York to Scottish parents; the family emigrated to Sydney in 1864 and moved to Melbourne in 1870.

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Michel-Eugène Chevreul | Color theory, 1839


Michel-Eugène Chevreul, (born Aug. 31, 1786, Angers, France - died April 9, 1889, Paris), French chemist who elucidated the chemical composition of animal fats and whose theories of colour influenced the techniques of French painting.

Background And Education

Chevreul belonged to a family of surgeons. After receiving a private education during the French Revolution, in 1799 Chevreul entered a new scientific school in Angers.
In 1803 he left for Paris, intending to become a chemist. Nicolas Vauquelin, professor of chemistry at the Museum of Natural History, accepted him as his assistant.
Vauquelin wanted to isolate substances from animal and plant materials, and under his direction between 1807-1811 Chevreul isolated several coloured substances from woods, three of which (brazilin, hematoxylin, and quercetin) became commercial dye ingredients.

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Anatoly Metlan, 1964 | Flamenco dancers


Anatoly Metlan’s travels serve as inspiration for his paintings, whether it’s the beauty of Mediterranean landscapes or talented flamenco and tango dancers in Spain. From a young age, Metlan was influenced by the Impressionists, often traveling to southern France to draw the same inspiration as these artists.
More recently, Metlan has focused on depicting dancers, musicians, and gypsies.
In his paintings of dancers, Metlan emphasizes sensual tango poses, forever capturing moments of energy, emotion, and drama.
Full of passion, these paintings draw upon Metlan’s memories of attending flamenco concerts in southern Europe.
"I was captivated by the dramatic suspended tension and the emotional expressiveness of dance moves" Metlan says.

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Jen Beaudet, 1970 | Romantic Impressionist painter


Born and raised in Southern California, Jen Beaudet (Zondervan) has always been largely influenced by the beauty that surrounds her. She's been selling art online since 2009.
With a great love of nature, and the beauty in simple things, her art reflects her emotions and expresses her feelings about the subject.

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Alfred Sisley | Artworks /Quotes | Page 2


▻ "The animation of the canvas is one of the hardest problems of painting".

"L'animazione della tela è uno dei più difficili problemi della pittura".

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Shafira Yablonski, (Impressionist painter, 1938)


Ukrainian painter Shafira Yablonski was born in the city of Dneprodzerzhinsk.
When Shafira was 3 years old the world war II began and her family was evacuated to Kazakhstan.
When the war was over and the city of Dneprodzerzhinsk was liberated, they returned home to Ukraine.
There Shafira spent her childhood and adolescence and finished high school.
All her childhood she was fond of drawing. When Shafira was 15, she joined the art studio at the House of Culture and began learning to paint.

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Bessie Davidson | An Australian Impressionist in Paris


Bessie Ellen Davidson (1879-1965) was an Australian painter🎨 known for her impressionist, light-filled landscapes and interiors.
Davidson was born on 22 May 1879 in North Adelaide, South Australia, to a family of Scottish and English origin.
In 1904, after her mother's death, she went to Europe to study art in company with Preston.
They spent the first few months in Munich, where Davidson studied briefly at the Künstlerinner Verein, before moving on to Paris.
There she studied at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, under René-Xavier Prinet🎨, where she met and began a lifelong friendship with Philippe Besnard's future wife, Germaine Desgranges. She also took classes with Raphael Collin, Richard Miller and Gustave Courtois.

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Nancy Guzik, 1944 | Impressionist painter


American painter🎨 Nancy studied at The American Academy of Art in Chicago and The Lyme Academy of Fine Art in Old Lyme, Connecticut. However, it was her close association and ensuing relationship with Richard Schmid🎨, that brought her painting to its full potential. Nancy and Richard married in April of 1998.
Her art has been recognized with many awards🎨, including the 2007 Award of Excellence by the Women Artist of the West, Grand Prize from International Artist Magazine, three Gold Medals from the Palette and Chisel Academy, and First Prize from the Midwest Pastel Society.

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Susan Lyon, 1969 | Realist/Impressionist painter


Susan Lyon grew up in Oak Park, Illinois. Her initial interest in art was sparked by a PBS television show on Georgia O’Keeffe🎨 that inspired her to take drawing classes.
Lyon studied art at the American Academy of Art in Chicago and was an active participant in Chicago's Palette and Chisel Club. It is there she first began exhibiting and selling her work; at twenty-three she was the youngest winner of the prestigious Gold Medal🎨 which she won two consecutive years in the annual Oil Painting show plus a third place in the Silver Medal show. Medal Watercolor show.
She entered the Oil Painters of America show once and got 7th place. In 1998 and 2000 she won an artist choice award🎨 in the Northwest Rendezvous Show.

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Alexander Gunin, 1969 | Impressionist painter


Russian🎨 Modern Artist Alexander Aleksandrovich Gunin was born in Omsk, and today he lives and continues his career in the cultural capital of Russia - St. Petersburg.

A talented artist does not stop in one direction and tries himself in different genres.
His paintings occupy a worthy place in private collections around the world.

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René Xavier Prinet (1861-1946) | Impressionist / Genre painter

René Xavier Prinet | The Kreutzer Sonata inspired by the story by Tolstoy

René François Xavier Prinet was a French painter🎨 and illustrator who drew his subjects from middle-class society.
He was born to Henri Prinet, an Imperial Prosecutor in Vitry-le-François. A promotion led to him being posted in Paris, where they lived in a home not far from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts.
His father painted as a hobby and was supportive of his desire to study art, having him seek the advice of Louis Charles Timbal, a well-known church painter and friend of the family.

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Dan Beck, 1955 | Impressionist painter


Dan Beck🎨 -American painter- is an award winning artist🎨 and sought after teacher.
His paintings have found collectors in both the private and corporate world on a national level as well as from such diverse places as Canada, Japan and the Middle East.
He is in the permanent collection of the Littleton Historical Museum and has exhibited with the Phippen Museum, Prescott, Arizona.

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Slava Korolenkov, 1958 | Impressionist painter



Korolenkov was born in the small city of Tula, not far from Moscow.
Influenced by Russian artists such as impressionist Konstantin Korovin🎨 and Nicolai Fechin🎨, Korolenkov maintains that his greatest teacher is every sunny day that gives him a chance to breathe, smile, and chat with family and friends.

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Jakub Schikaneder (1855-1924) | Impressionistic nocturnes


Jakub Schikaneder came from the family of a German customs office clerk. Despite the family's poor background, he was able to pursue his studies, thanks in part to his family's love of art; an ancestor was Urban Schikaneder, the elder brother of the librettist Emanuel Schikaneder.
After having completed his studies in Prague and Munich 1871-1879, Schikaneder, alongside Emanuel Krescenc Liška, was involved in the furnishing of the royal box in the National Theatre in Prague; however, this work was lost in a fire in 1881.

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Quang Ho, 1963 | Impressionist Figurative painter


Vietnamese-born American painter Quang Ho🎨, was born in Hue, Vietnam. He immigrated to the United States in 1975 and is now a U.S. Citizen.
His artistic interest began at the early age of three and continued through his schooling and led him to an exciting and successful painting career.
In 1980, at the age of 16, Quang held his first one-man-show at Tomorrows Masters Gallery in Denver Colorado.
The exhibit was a smashing success for the high school sophomore.
In 1982, Quang's mother was killed in a tragic auto accident, leaving him the responsibility of raising four younger brothers and a six year old sister.

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Jane Peterson (1876-1965) | Impressionist painter


Jane Peterson was one of the foremost women painters🎨 in the United States. Her works are housed in museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of the City of New York, the National Museum of Women in the Arts and Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C.
Her works are a blend of Impressionist🎨 and Expressionist styles, combining an interest in light and in depiction of the spontaneous moment with the use of broad swaths of vibrant color.
She is well known for her vivid, richly painted still life, and beach scenes created along the Massachusetts coast.