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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.