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Mahatma Gandhi: "Occhio per occhio ed il mondo diventa cieco"!

Sii il cambiamento che vuoi vedere nel mondo.
Be the change you wish to see in the world.

Occhio per occhio e il mondo diventa cieco.
An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.

Le pagine della storia del mondo sono tutte lordate dai sanguinosi racconti delle guerre di religione. Solo con la purezza e le buone azioni dei seguaci si può difendere la religione, mai con la contrapposizione a chi professa altre fedi.

Igor Zenin

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Pramod Kurlekar, 1978 | Figurative painter

Born in Satara, Pramod Kurlekar is an professional artist - internationally acclaimed artist from India. He earned a graduate diploma in Art from Kalavishwa Mahavidhyalaya Sangli in the year 2000 with first class.
He had a distinguished sense of color and creativity in his early years. His studies at an art school helped to mold the true artist in him. He has participated in several art events. He took part in a two year fine arts residential program under the great artist Shri. Vasudeo Kamat.
He has received several scholarships during the course of his study. Pramod Kurlekar paintings mainly portrays female subjects and children.

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Rabindranath Tagore / Pol Ledent | Flower quotes

"By plucking her petals, you do not gather the beauty of the flower".
"Strappando i suoi petali, non raccogli la bellezza del fiore".

"Il fiore si nasconde nell'erba, ma il vento sparge il suo profumo..."

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Rabindranath Tagore / Dorian Florez

"Il Grande cammina con il Piccolo. Il mediocre si tiene a distanza... "

"The Great walks with the Small without fear. The Middling keep aloof... "

"Ogni bambino che nasce ci ricorda che Dio non è ancora stanco degli uomini".

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B. Prabha (1933-2001) | Abstract / Figurative painter

B. Prabha was a major Indian artist who worked mainly in oil, in an instantly recognizable style. She is best known for graceful elongated figures of pensive rural women, with each canvas in a single dominant color. By the time of her death, her work had been shown in over 50 exhibitions, and is in some important collections, including India's National Gallery of Modern Art.
Prabha started working at a time when India had few women artists. She was deeply inspired by the work of seminal modernist Amrita Shergil. Prabha was moved by the lives of rural women, and over time, they became the main theme of her work.

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Asit Kumar Patnaik, 1968 | Figurative painter

Asit Kumar Patnaik, Indian painter, was born in Orissa. A National Scholar and MFA topper from BHU, he has received several provincial and national awards, the latest being a grand felicitation from the Government College of Art and Crafts, his alma mater in Khallikote, Orissa.
A semi-realistic figurative painter, Patnaik has enjoyed much critical acclaim and popular appreciation over the past few years.

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Sekhar Roy, 1973 | Figurative painter

Life is a river, starts from the hilly area, it flows down on plain, collecting the stones, soils and some dirt, making all to fertilizing others but burden for itself.
Sometimes it gets fresh water from rain or by any other small stream, which makes the river strong and powerful.
His life is also the same; it started on 17th August 1973. It was not so smooth for him in his childhood days due to some political and socio economic reasons.

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Rabindranath Tagore | Metaphorical painter | 120 artworks | Page⁴

Flower by Rabindranath Tagore

Fluck this little flower and take it, delay not!
I fear lest it droop
and drop into the dust.
I may not find a place in thy garland,
but honour it
with a touch of pain from thy hand and pluck it.