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Rabindranath Tagore / Marc Chagall | Unending Love / Amore senza fine

Marc Chagall🎨 | La branche de gui or Le rêve, 1928

Sembra che ti abbia amato in innumerevoli modi, innumerevoli volte…
nella vita dopo la vita, ripetutamente, sempre.

Il mio cuore incantato ha creato e ricreato la collana delle canzoni,
che hai accettato in dono e hai messo attorno al tuo collo a modo tuo,
nella vita dopo la vita, ripetutamente, sempre.

Ogni qualvolta odo vecchie cronache d’amore, è un’annosa pena,
l’antica storia di trovarci lontani l’uno dall'altro o insieme.

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Fabian Perez, 1967

"Beauty, in every sense of the word, is my inspiration and by consequence, the common denominator between the subject or the object I create"
- Fabian Perez

Argentine🎨 painter and sculptor Fabian Perez has achieved important artistic recognition internationally and his work is exhibited in galleries around the world.
Fabian's art and style are unique; his art reflects passion, emotion and pure energy.
He is the creator of a new style of painting that he has called Neo Emotionalism, which is characterized by a dramatic narrative style and heady atmosphere.

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Jean-Honoré Fragonard | A Young Scholar, 1778 ✿

Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) was a French painter🎨 and printmaker whose late Rococo manner was distinguished by remarkable facility, exuberance and hedonism.
One of the most prolific artists active in the last decades of the Ancien Régime, Fragonard produced more than 550 paintings (not counting drawings and etchings), of which only five are dated. Among his most popular works are genre paintings.

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Auguste Leroux (1871-1954) | Figurative / Genre painter

Jules Marie Auguste Leroux was a French painter🎨 and illustrator. His younger brother Georges Paul Leroux (1877-1957) was also a brilliant artist who won the Prix de Rome in painting in 1906 and was a member of the Académie des Beaux-arts.
Jules Marie Auguste Leroux was born in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris on 14 April 1871, during the Commune.

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Angele Dubos (1844-1916)

Angèle Dubos born Laure Constance Angèle Dubos was a student of the great painter Charles Chaplin (1825-1891)🎨, which opens a course devoted solely to women artists🎨, among which we can mention Mary Cassatt🎨 and Louise Abbéma.
Chaplin encourages its students to participate. She is the first winner🎨 of the contest that gets the gold medal.

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Franz Leo Ruben (1842-1920) | Genre painter

Franz Leo Ruben was an Austrian painter🎨 who was born in Prague, Czech Republic.
Painter of history, genre scenes, landscapes, he obtained numerous awards including a gold medal🎨 in Vienna in 1873 and one in Munich in 1883.

He has painted numerous views of Venice. His works can be found in the Museum of Graz, Prague, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zurich.

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Alfred Agache (1843-1915) | Academic painter

Alfred-Pierre Joseph Agache, also known simply as Alfred Agache, was a French🎨 academic painter.
Little is known of Agache's life. He was born in Lille, France, and exhibited his work frequently in Paris until his death.

He seems to have specialized in portraits and large-scale allegorical paintings.
He was a member of the Société des Artistes Français, and won a third-class medal🎨 in 1885 for his work.

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Rabindranath Tagore | O Woman / Donna!

Gustav Klimt🎨 (1862-1918) | Judith II Salomè, 1909 (detail)

O woman, you are not merely the
handiwork of God, but also of men;
these are ever endowing you with
beauty from their hearts.

Donna, non sei soltanto l’opera di Dio,
ma anche degli uomini, che sempre
ti fanno bella con i loro cuori.

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Léon Cogniet | The massacre of the Innocents, 1824

The Massacre of the Innocents (Location: Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes.) is the biblical account of infanticide by Herod the Great, the Roman-appointed King of the Jews.

According to the Gospel of Matthew, Herod ordered the execution of all young male children in the vicinity of Bethlehem, so as to avoid the loss of his throne to a newborn King of the Jews whose birth had been announced to him by the Magi.
In typical Matthean style, it is understood as the fulfillment of an Old Testament prophecy.

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Edward Gordon, 1940 | Interior painter

Edward Gordon was born in Ocean City, New Jersey and received a BA from Rutgers University.
Over the past ten years Edward has received numerous honors and awards🎨 including: Cover and Center Spread, Yankee Magazine, March 2000; The Artists Magazine, May 1995; Cover Competition, First Prize, Landscape Division, The Artists Magazine; Finalist in the 1994 Arts for the Parks Competition

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Pablo Neruda: Never Blame Anyone / Non incolpare nessuno!

Sarolta Ban (Hungarian artist, 1982)

Never complain about anyone, nor anything,
because basically you have done
what you wanted in your life.

Accept the difficulty of improving yourself
and the courage to start changing yourself.
The triumph of the true man emerges from
the ashes of his mistake.

Non incolpare nessuno,
non lamentarti mai di nessuno, di niente,
perché in fondo
Tu hai fatto quello che volevi nella vita.

Accetta la difficoltà di costruire te stesso
ed il valore di cominciare a correggerti.
Il trionfo del vero uomo
proviene delle ceneri del suo errore.
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Rabindranath Tagore | Al risveglio

Govanni Boldini🎨 | La lettera mattutina

Al risveglio ho trovato
con la luce una lettera.
Ma non posso sapere
che dice: non so leggere.

E non voglio distrarre
un sapiente dai libri:
ciò che c’è scritto forse
non lo saprebbe leggere.

I woke and found his letter with the morning.
I do not know what it says, for I cannot read.
I shall leave the wise man alone with his books,
I shall not trouble him, for who knows if he can read what the letter says.

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Francois Flameng | Academic painter

François Flameng (1856-1923) was a very successful French painter🎨 during the last quarter of the 19th century and the first quarter of the 20th. He was the son of a celebrated engraver and received a first-rate education in his craft.
Flameng initially received renown for his history painting and portraiture, and became a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts.
He decorated such important civic buildings as the Sorbonne and the Opera Comique, and also produced advertising work.

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Anna Nuwka Ivanova, 1984 | Watercolor Ballet Dancers

Анна Иванова was born in Kazan, Russia.
She graduated from an art school in 1998, the class of Suyurov F.A., a member of The Painters Union of Russia.
Anna earned her medical degree from Kazan State Medical University, the faculty of preventive medicine in 2008.

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Marie Duhem (1871-1918) Post-Impressionist painter

Marie Duhem, born Marie Amélie Hortense Sergeant was a French painter🎨.
Her parents operated a lace factory, so she became familiar with the work of designers and models from an early age.
She began her art studies with Adrien Demont, husband of the painter Virginie Demont-Breton🎨.
It was at their workshop in Wissant that she met her future husband, the painter Henri Duhem🎨, eleven years her senior. They married in 1890.

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Émile Munier (1840-1895) | Academic painter

Émile Munier was born in Paris on June 2, 1840 and lived with his family at 66 rue des Fossés, St Marcel.
His father, Pierre François Munier, was an upholstery artist at the Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins and his mother, Marie Louise Carpentier, was a polisher in a cashmere cloth mill.
Emile, and his older brother François Joseph (born in 1839), went to the local communal school.
By the time their younger brother was born the family’s fortune had improved and Florimond Louis, who was born on September 11, 1851, was enrolled in a boarding school.
All three brothers displayed an early gift for drawing and each had produced a pastel self-portrait between the ages of 13 and 14 - Emile’s is dated 1854.

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Antonio Puccinelli (1822-1897) Macchiaioli painter

Antonio Puccinelli (19 March 1822, Castelfranco di Sotto - 22 July 1897, Florence) was an Italian painter🎨; one of the group known as the "Macchiaioli"🎨.
He was the son of a tailor and was planning to follow his father in that trade, but a group of local citizens noticed his talent for art.
Thanks to a scholarship, he was able to attend the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, where he studied with Giuseppe Bezzuoli.

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Joaquín Agrasot (Spanish, 1836-1919)

Joaquín Agrasot y Juan was a Spanish painter🎨 of the Realistic style who produced many works in the Costumbrismo genre.
Agrasot was born in Orihuela. His studies began in his home town and, in 1856, he received a fellowship from the "Diputación Provincial de Alicante", the local government.
He then enrolled at the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Carlos de Valencia, where he studied with the art restorer Francisco Martínez Yago, the father of Salvador Martínez Cubells.

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John Graham-Gilbert (1794-1866) | Portrait painter

John Graham-Gilbert was a Scottish portrait painter and art collector.
Graham-Gilbert was born in Glasgow as John Graham, the son of a West India merchant and was at first trained in his father's counting-house, but preferred art and travelled to London in 1818 where he was admitted into the Royal Academy.

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Mark Daly, 1956 | Impressionist painter

Mark Daly is a professional American🎨 Impressionist artist of city street, beach and boat scenes.
He has received prominent awards🎨 in national juried art exhibitions.
Mark was taught to draw at an early age by Elizabeth Daly (his mother) and Woodhull Young (Curator of the Vanderbilt Museum). In recent years, CW Mundy🎨 has mentored Mark in oil painting.