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Edita Broglio | Magic Realism painter

Edita Broglio (1886-1977) was a Latvian artist known for her paintings in the genre of Magic Realism.
She was born Edita Walterowna von Zur Muehlen in the town of Smiltene, northeast of Riga.
From 1908 to 1910 she studied at the Konigsberg Art Academy in East Prussia and in Paris since 1910.
In 1912 she settled permanently in Rome, coming into contact with Olga Resnevic Signorelli who introduced her to her living room, frequented by Melli, Spadini, Ferrazzi, Ivan Mestrovic.

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Igor Maykov, 1966 | Magic Realism painter

From 1994 Игорь Майков constantly exhibits paintings in Latvia and other countries.
"I have been drawing since the early childhood, multi layered oil painting - play of colours, light, a shadow on a canvas bewitches! Portraits to write - pure pleasure, especially if work has gone right!
I constantly exhibit my work since 1994 in Latvia and abroad. Many of my works are in private collections: Canada, the USA, Germany, Finland, Russia, etc".

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Alvis Zemzaris, 1961 ~ London at Night

Alvis Zemzaris, Latvian painter and interior designer, was born in Jurmala, Latvia.1975-1980 attends J. Rozentals School of Arts in Riga. 1980-1986 - University of Latvia Faculty of History and Philosophy. Graduation paper in Sociology of Arts. Participates in professional art exhibitions since 1982. 1980 Member of the Association of Young Artists. 1986 The first interior design project that soon is followed by many more. 1997 Member of the Latvian Artists Union. 2002 Member of the Latvian Designers Union.
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Anita Kreituse, 1954

Born in Riga, Latvia, Anita Kreituse graduated 1972 J. Rozentals Art School in Riga and admitted Latvian Academy of Arts in the same year.
Already since 1973 she participates in art exhibitions.
After Academy diploma 1980 she starts working as an art director in the "Zilite" magazine, where she is active until 1997.
Anita is member of the Latvian Artists Union since 1992 and has participated in numerous important art exhibitions in the country.