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Paul-Albert Besnard (1849-1934)



Paul-Albert Besnard was a student of the academic painter Alexandre Cabanel (1823-1889)🎨, won the prix de Rome in 1874 and was among the founders of the Société Nationale in 1890.
Throughout his career his style remained in between academic and impressionistic.
During the last thirty years of his life he held important positions in the Académie de France in Rome, the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the Académie française, the Académie de Saint Luc and the Royal Academy. | © The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Victor Charreton (1864-1937)



French🎨 Post-Impressionist painter Victor Charreton was one of the founding members of the Show of Autumn (Salon d'Automne), and was made knight of the Legion of Honour🎨 in 1914.
He was a teacher at the Académie Julian in Paris from 1919-1925.
Victor Charreton is famous for his landscapes and still-life paintings, often sharing Impressionist preoccupations whilst trying to capture momentary effects of specific times of day or seasons, at sunset or in a snowy landscape.

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Luigi Loir | View of Notre Dame



Luigi Loir (22 December 1845 - 9 February 1916) was a French painter🎨, illustrator and lithographer.
Luigi Loir was born in Goritz, Austria. He was the son of Tancrède Loir François and Thérèse Leban, his wife, respectively valet and housekeeper of the French royal family in exile in Austria.
Installed in the duchy of Parma in 1847, Luigi Loir studied at the school of Fine Arts of Parma in 1853.

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Daniel Garber (1880-1958)



Like most impressionist painters, Daniel Garber painted landscapes en plein air, directly from nature.
He exhibited his works nationwide and earned numerous awards🎨, including a gold medal at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915) in San Francisco, California.
He was elected a member of the National Academy of Design in 1913.

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Bernard Buffet (1928-1999) | Expressionist painter



Bernard Buffet was a French painter🎨 of Expressionism and a member of the anti-abstract art group L'homme Témoin (the Witness-Man).
Bernard Buffet represents a typical demonstration of the divorce between the French and Contemporary Art.
Popular artist by excellence, Bernard Buffet loved by the public is however detested by elitists whom hold against him his prolixity: 8,000 paintings, water colors,drawings, lithographs and engravings.

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Anna Rose Bain, 1985



Anna Rose Bain is a classical realist artist located in Arvada CO. She specializes in painting commissioned oil portraits for the Denver area and nationwide.
Anna Rose Bain was born and raised in rural Wisconsin. She began drawing from the moment she could pick up a pencil.

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Olga Sacharoff (1889-1967)



Olga Nicolaevna Sacharoff was a Spanish artist🎨 of Russo-Persian origin associated with naive art and the Surrealist movement.
Olga Sacharoff (also spelled Sakhorova, Zakharova, or Zacharoff) was born in Georgia, which at the time was a part of the Russian Empire.
Her mother was of Persian origin. After studying at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, she visited Rome and traveled to Munich, where she came in contact with the German Expressionist movement.

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Edmund Greacen (1876-1949)



Edmund William Greacen was an American🎨 Impressionist painter. His active career extended from 1905-1935, during which he created many colorful works in oil on canvas and board.
One of his works, a reproduction of which is at the Smithsonian Institution, was awarded the Salmagundi Club's Samuel T. Shaw Prize🎨 in 1922.

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Matilda Browne (1869-1947)



Matilda Browne was an American🎨 Impressionist artist noted for her flower paintings and her farm and cattle scenes.
Born in Newark, New Jersey, she was a child prodigy who received early art training from her artist-neighbor, Thomas Moran🎨.

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Charles Courtney Curran (1861-1942)



Charles Courtney Curran was an American painter🎨, best known for his canvases depicting women in various settings.
Curran was born in Hartford, Kentucky in February, 1861, where his father taught school.
A few months later after the beginning of the Civil War, the family left there and returned to Ohio, eventually settling in Sandusky on the shores of Lake Erie where the elder Curran served as superintendent of schools.

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Milt Kobayashi, 1950



Milt Kobayashi is a sophisticated painter who demonstrates a consummate mastery of design and unsentimental curiosity about people.
The fertile cross-currents of two great cultures have nurtured his art to a harmonious resolve of Western technique with Oriental color, pattern and spatial composition.

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Edmund Tarbell (1862-1938)



Edmund Charles Tarbell was an American🎨 Impressionist painter.
Edmund Tarbell contributed to America's place in the world of art.
To him and his work Europe turned its eyes in admiration, as did the whole people in America.
Tarbell's works were honest works.
In him was none of the transient sensationalism which brought notoriety to others.

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Anna Marinova / Анна Маринова, 1983



Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Anna Marinova studied at the Saint Petersburg Roerich College of Art.
From 2004-2010 she studied at The Repin🎨 Art Institute (The Russian Academy of Arts) in workshops with professor of painting V.V. Sokolov.
She began exhibiting in 2005, and in 2008 she was awarded🎨 with the gold medal of the Russian Academy of Arts for academic excellence.

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Charles Camoin (1879-1965)



Charles Camoin was a French🎨 expressionist landscape painter associated with the Fauves.
Born in Marseille, France, Camoin met Henri Matisse🎨 in Gustave Moreau's🎨 class at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris.

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Stojan Milanov, 1963



Stojan Milanov was born in Belgrade, Serbia.
He has been a professional painter since 1985, and member of ULUPUDS since 2005, freelance artist.
His themes are human figure and urban landscape, technique oil on canvas.
Graduated from the University of Architecture in Belgrade.
He has participated in many collective exhibitions and art meetings.
In 2005, Milanov was awarded🎨 "Artist of the Year" by Simic Galleries, California.

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Annick Redor, 1952



For over 35 years Annick Redor has accumulated awards🎨 and exhibitions, both in France and abroad.
French painter🎨 Annick Redor was born in Nantes.
She graduated from the School of Fine Arts, she studied the technique of old masters in the Paris studio, the year she lived in Russia, where interested in iconography, and then there was a period of travel in Europe and America, a six-month trip to Africa, more than a year lived in a remote village in Gabon, and finally decided to go own way in art and find your own handwriting brush.

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Joseph Bail (1862-1921) | Genre painter



Joseph Bail was born in Limonest in the Rhone region of France. His father, Jean-Antoine Bail, was a genre painter influenced by the Dutch masters🎨, and he focused his attention on depicting scenes from domestic life.
Bail received his early training from his father and later studied in the studios of Jean Léon Gêrome🎨 and Carolus-Durand🎨, two of the leading figures of the Parisian Academy of Fine Arts.

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Victor Gilbert (1847-1935)



Victor Gabriel Gilbert was a French painter🎨 mostly known for their Parisian scenes and portraying market scenes there.
He studied with Victor Adam (1801-1866) and subsequently with the Charles Busson (1822-1908).
In 1889 he was awarded🎨 a silver medal in the Societe Artistes Français, and a Bonnat prize in 1926, at the end of his career.

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Paul Bond, 1964 | Magic Realism painter



Award-winning artist🎨 Paul Bond was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. Bond’s art lives in the spaces between dreaming and reality.
Drawing from the Latin American genre of Magic Realism, his paintings merge symbolic, surreal and allegorical elements with realistic atmospheres.

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Jarek Kubicki, 1976 | 32nd day of Covid-19 Quarantine



"In recent days", says Polish painter🎨 Jarek Kubicki, "in Poland there have been many reports of police abuse in connection with quarantine, people are punished for ordinary cycling or jogging, even if they are alone and away from residential areas.
This provoked me to create a series of 32nd day of Quarantine, which refers to this situation in a light way, based on well-known works of art, while allowing to channel social frustration".