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10/05/21

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Martha Walter (1875-1976)

Martha Walter was an American impressionist painter.

Education

A Philadelphia native, Walter attended Girls High School.
She studied art at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art (now the University of the Arts College of Art and Design) from 1895-98 and at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia.
She was taught by William Merritt Chase. She won the school's Toppan Prize (1902) and Cresson Traveling Scholarship (1908).
In 1909 she also won the school's Mary Smith Prize for the best painting by a resident female artist.


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Giuseppe Faraone, 1954 | Impressionist painter


Born in Picerno (Potenza), Giuseppe Faraone attended the Art School of Potenza, before moving to San Donato Milanese on the outskirts of Milan, where he still lives and works. Here he started his relentless pursuit of a variety of drawing techniques and the use of colors.
He understands the art of painting, having perfected his talent in Italy and abroad. Faraone fined tuned his skills in the Impressionist style by painting in the same places where French Impressionism was born.
The scenes depicted in his works of art are many, but in particular, he focuses on the stunning views of Milan. Unlike the French Impressionists, who represented a satisfied and happy society, in the paintings of Faraone we find the Milan that works, where everything is moving.

06/05/21

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Frank Myers Boggs (1855-1926)

American-born French painter Frank Myers Boggs was born in Ohio and raised in New York City, where he began his career as an engraver for "Harper's" magazine.
He went to Paris in 1876 and studied at the École des Beaux-Arts with Jean Léon Gérôme, who encouraged him to practice landscape painting rather than figure painting in the academic tradition. Two years later he returned to New York City and set up a studio on Shelter Island.


03/05/21

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Roelof Rossouw, 1957 | Romantic Impressionist painter

Roelof Rossouw was born and grew up in Benoni, near Johannesburg. As a child he had a passion for comic heroes like Tarzan, Cisco Kid, Flash Gordon and Tintin which, with the artists of the sixties, inspired him to draw his own comics. Already at the age of fourteen Roelof started making oil paintings of landscapes and portraits.
When he was seventeen, a European art tour opened the doors for his vision to pursue art and travel. He gained a National Diploma in Arts and Design at Wits Technicon that taught him the value of training and not only relying on his raw talent.
In April 1882, whilst working for Medusa as a graphic artist and medical illustrator, he discovered modern impressionistic artists such as Ken Howard, Bernard Dunstan, Max Agostini and admired their loose style in painting.


14/04/21

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Frederick Carl Frieseke (1874-1939)

Frederick Carl Frieseke was born in Owosso, Michigan. After studying for a short while at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Art Students League in New York, Frieseke left for France in 1898, and almost all of his career was spent as an expatriate, with ties to the United States maintained through his New York dealer, William MacBeth, and by occasional visits to America.
Following the pattern of innumerable young Americans, he enrolled at the Academie Julian where he studied with Benjamin Constant (1845-1902) and Jean-Paul Laurens (1838-1921).
He appears to have had at least brief contact with and to have been influenced by James McNeill Whistler, who had recently opened his Academie Carmen in Paris.
He married Eva Graham and in 1871 their daughter Edith was born. Their son, Frederick Carl, was born in Owosso in 1874.


15/03/21

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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.

13/03/21

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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).

12/02/21

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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.