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Arunas Rutkus, 1961 | VideoArt


Arunas Rutkus (nato a Vilnius, Lituania) è uno di quei rari artisti che, avvertendo il ritmo della globalizzazione, si sono uniti alla scena artistica globale con grande fiducia.
Nel 1987, nell'ambito della gara individuale dell'Unione degli Artisti, ha partecipato al Simposio di arte monumentale sotto la direzione di A. Karnaukhov a Mosca.
L'artista ha esposto le sue opere in più di 50 mostre personali e collettive in tutto il mondo, e le sue opere possono essere trovate in musei, gallerie e collezioni private negli Stati Uniti, Qatar, Monaco, Francia, Emirati Arabi Uniti, Cina, Russia, Regno Unito, Italia, Olanda, Belgio, Austria, Danimarca, Germania, Svezia, Estonia, Ungheria, Spagna, Israele, Nuova Zelanda, Lituania.

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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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Niccolò Paganini: "La felicità non esiste ma la si canta!" | Quotes / Aforismi

Barney Seale | A head of Niccolo Paganini, 1782-1840

"The violin is my mistress, but the guitar is my master".

"Paganini non ripete!"
"Paganini does not repeat!"

"My secret, if I can call it secret, will indicate the violinists the way to penetrate the instrument much better than what has been done until now and it can demonstrate them, that violin is much more full of opportunities than what is commonly believed.
This discovery is not due to chance, but it is due to a deep study and applying it will no longer be necessary to practice four or five hours a day, it will remove the current scholar method, which studies to make the instrument difficult instead of teaching it".

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Franz Liszt | Classical composer | Quotes / Aforismi

  • Music embodies feeling without forcing it to contend and combine with thought, as it is forced in most arts and especially in the art of words.
  • I conclude that the Wagnerian operas which are already in the repertoire, and other master works as well, stand in no further need of my services.
  • I did not compose my work as one might put on a church vestment… rather it sprung from the truly fervent faith of my heart, such as I have felt it since my childhood.
  • I find little in the works of Beethoven, Berlioz, Wagner and others when they are led by a conductor who functions like a windmill.
  • I foster a sorrowful conception of affection. Make no sacrifices.
  • In Hungary all native music, in its origin, is divided naturally into melody destined for song or melody for the dance.
  • Inspiration is enough to give expression to the tone in singing, especially when the song is without words.
  • It is impossible to imagine a more complete fusion with nature than that of the Gypsy.
  • It is my fervent wish and my greatest ambition to leave a work with a few useful instructions for the pianists after me.
Franz Liszt Fantasizing at the Piano, 1840 (detail)
by Josef Danhauser ▪ Alte Nationalgalerie

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Kitty Meijering, 1974 | Ballet dancers

Kitty Meijering 1974 | Hollandaise figurative painter

Kitty Meijering studied at the Amsterdam University. At this University she followed a visual arts education, which she completed in 1998.
At this moment dance and specifically ballet is the main theme Kitty dedicates her time to.
This stunning new serie shows paintings of dancers in full movement and emotion. The dancers defined in warm colours seems to dance right of the paintings!

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Mark Olich, 1974 | Ballet dancers photographer


"For me, ballet is movement and music, and if there is movement in the frame, if music is heard, it's a good shoot, it rarely happens"

- Mark Olich.

Mark Olich is a Russian photographer🎨 whose works are entirely focused on the worlds of theatre and dance.

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Plaudite amici, comedia finita est..

Beethoven - Andy Warhol 1928-1987
Beethoven - Andy Warhol 1928-1987

L'Arte! Chi la può comprendere? A chi si può rivolgere una persona per attirare l'attenzione di questa grande Dea...
Beethoven

- Ludwig van Beethoven🎨 (1770-1827) è stato la figura predominante musicale nel periodo di transizione tra l'epoca Classica e Romantica.
Beethoven fu un innovatore, che ampliò il campo di applicazione della sonata, sinfonia, concerto e quartetto, e la combinazione di voci e strumenti in un modo nuovo.
La sua vita personale è stata segnata da una lotta contro la sordità, e alcune delle sue opere più importanti sono stati composti nel corso degli ultimi 10 anni della sua vita, quando era ancora in grado di sentire.

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Jeff Rowland, 1964 | Romantic painter of Rain | VideoArt


Jeff Rowland🎨's ideas and inspirations: 'I have always been fascinated in two areas of art; the implicit meaning and the inspiration. I was inspired to paint a rain soaked street through films I saw at the cinema.
I am always inspired to experience what I am about to paint. I remember Billy Connolly saying that he hated songs about Scotland that were written by men in London: men who had never even seen the Highlands. In other words, if you are going to do something creative, get to the very heart of it first'.