Marc Chagall: "Tutti i colori sono gli amici dei loro vicini e gli amanti dei loro opposti"..

  • Un quadro deve fiorire come qualcosa di vivo. Deve afferrare qualcosa di inafferrabile: il fascino e il profondo significato di quello che ci sta a cuore.
  • Se creo qualcosa, usando il cuore, molto facilmente funzionerà, se uso la testa sarà molto difficile.
  • L’arte mi sembra essere soprattutto uno stato d’animo. Lo stile non è importante. Esprimersi lo è.

Edgar Degas | A Woman Seated Beside a Vase of Flowers, 1865

Edgar Degas | Sulking, 1870 | Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

Two well-known personalities in the art world, the writer Edmond Duranty and model Emma Dobigny, posed for this early genre scene by Degas, set in an office, possibly a small bank. From the faithfully copied British racing print to the stylishly attired female protagonist, it recalls the work of fellow artist James Tissot. Yet for all the exacting detail, the subject of this picture remains elusive. The model's elegant visiting dress, curiously worn without a hat, and the informality of her pose may suggest a familial or intimate relationship, but Degas offers faint clue as to the cause of his sulking.

Marie Elisabeth Giese | Berlin Potsdamer Platz by night, 1930

Jules-Joseph Lefebvre | Graziella, 1878

Winner of the coveted Prix de Rome in 1861, Jules-Joseph Lefebvre fulfilled his early promise both as a painter of meticulously executed portraits and nudes and as a teacher: during his long career, he earned three Salon medals, was appointed to the French Academy of Fine Arts, and attained the rank of Commander in the Legion of Honor.
Catharine Lorillard Wolfe commissioned Graziella in 1878. It depicts the heroine of Alphonse de Lamartine’s popular tale of the same name, which was first published in 1849. The story revolves around the narrator’s love for the beautiful daughter of a Neapolitan fisherman. Lefebvre portrayed her mending a fishing net as she gazes over her shoulder toward the distant simmering profile of Mount Vesuvius. | © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Léon-Adolphe Belly | Femmes fellahs au bord du Nil, 1856

Léon Auguste Adolphe Belly (1827-1877) was French orientalist landscape painter.
Belly was born at St. Omer, in 1827. He studied under Troyon, and in 1849 visited Barbizon where he came under the influence of Théodore Rousseau.
In 1850-1851 he travelled to Greece, Syria, and the Black Sea. In 1853 he made his debut at the Paris Salon, exhibiting four landscapes of Nablus and Beirut, and of the shores of the Dead Sea, which attracted critical acclaim. In 1855-1856 he visited Egypt, travelling up the Nile in the company of another painter, Edouard Imer. A second trip to Egypt in 1856 was largely spent making studies for his painting Pilgrims going to Mecca, now in the Musée d'Orsay.
As well as his paintings of Middle Eastern subjects he painted portraits and landscapes of Normandy and the Sologne throughout his career, and in 1867 bought land at Montauban. He died in Paris in 1877.
Léon Auguste Adolphe Belly (Saint Omer 1827 - Parigi 1877) è stato un pittore Francese di scene di genere, di ritratti, di paesaggi, di temi a soggetto orientalista.
Attivo a: Saint Omer, Parigi.

Edward Henry Potthast | American Impressionist painter

Claude Monet | Landscapes

Norman Lindsay | Australian Modern painter and sculptor

Australian artist, etcher, sculptor, writer, editorial cartoonist, scale modeler Norman Alfred William Lindsay (22 February 1879 – 21 November 1969) was one of ten children of Dr and Mrs Charles Lindsay, of Creswick, Victoria. Remarkably, five of their progeny became artists of distinction. He is widely regarded as one of Australia's greatest artists.
From an early age, Norman showed an outstanding ability to draw. He became the principal cartoonist for the Bulletin magazine, fought many controversies against "wowsers", particularly defending his right to paint the nude, wrote novels and children's books including 'The Magic Pudding' and also made ship models and garden sculptures.

William-Adolphe Bouguereau | The Water Girl (detail)

Pietro Antonio Rotari | A peasant girl In profile wearing a white scarf

Henry John Stock | Influences, 1905

Canaletto | The Molo from the Basin of San Marco, Venice

Lord Frederic Leighton | Greek Girls Playing at Ball, 1889

Lado Gudiashvili (1896-1980)

Lado Gudiashvili / ლადო გუდიაშვილი (1896-1980) was a 20th-century Georgian painter. Gudiashvili was born in Tiflis (now Tbilisi) on March 18 (30), 1896 into a family of a railroad employee. He studied in the Tiflis school of sculpture and fine art (1910-1914), where he met the Armenian artist Alexander Bazhbeuk-Melikyan, and later in Ronson's private academy in Paris (1919-1926).


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