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Gustave Poetzsch (1870-1950) | Belle Époque painter

Swiss painter of the Belle Époque, Gustave Poetzsch was born in 1870 in Neuchâtel where he started to learn painting very young. Swiss mountains and lakes were the first inspiring influence for the young painter turned to nature.
As he wanted to improve his technique, he went to Paris in 1892 and joined the Julian Academy. He entered the Fine Art School in 1895 and studied in the class of Gustave Moreau near Henri Matisse, Charles Camoin and Paul de Frick.

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Eugenè Burnand | Apostles Peter and John hurry to the tomb on the morning of the Resurrection, 1898

"Peter therefore went out, and the other disciple [John], and were going to the tomb. So they both ran together, and the other disciple outran Peter and came to the tomb first. And he, stooping down and looking in, saw the linen cloths lying there; yet he did not go in.
Then Simon Peter came, following him, and went into the tomb; and he saw the linen cloths lying there, and the handkerchief that had been around His head, not lying with the linen cloths, but folded together in a place by itself.
Then the other disciple, who came to the tomb first, went in also; and he saw and believed. For as yet they did not know the Scripture, that He must rise again from the dead. Then the disciples went away again to their own homes" - John 20:3-10.

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Charles Gleyre (1806-1874) | The teacher of Monet and Renoir

Marc Gabriel Charles Gleyre was a Swiss artist🎨 who was a resident in France from an early age.
He took over the studio of Paul Delaroche🎨 in 1843 and taught a number of younger artists who became prominent, including Claude Monet🎨, Pierre-Auguste Renoir🎨, Alfred Sisley🎨, James Abbott McNeill Whistler🎨, Auguste Toulmouche🎨, Louis-Frederic Schützenberger and Henri-Lionel Brioux.

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Jacques Alfred van Muyden (1818-1898) | Genre painter

Jacques Alfred van Muyden was a Swiss🎨 history, portrait and genre painter🎨, engraver, and a co-founder of the "Gesellschaft Schweizerischer Maler und Bildhauer".


His mother was Swiss, but his father was a Dutchman from Utrecht. His family wanted him to study law, but he chose painting instead.

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Auguste Veillon (1834-1890)

Louis-Auguste Veillon was a Swiss painter🎨, noted for his Orientalist works.
After obtaining a degree in Reformed theology in Lausanne, he joined François Diday at his studio in Geneva, where he primarily painted seascapes and mountain scenes from the Bernese Oberland.
In 1858, he enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

While in Paris, he spent a considerable amount of time in the Louvre, copying the works of the masters, especially the 17th-century Dutch masters and the work of Claude Lorrain🎨.

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Michele Lehmann, 1940 | Abstract painter

Michele Lehmann was born in Switzerland but moved to Mijas in southern Spain over 30 years ago.
After arriving there, Michele opened an art gallery as an outlet for local artists.
Although not an artist herself she began sketching to pass the time.
It began with a sketch of an old woman in black who passed the gallery every day.
She moved too fast for Michele to draw so the image captured her from behind.

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Luigi Rossi | Symbolist / Genre painter

A Swiss painter Luigi Rossi (1853-1923) was born in Cassarate, Lugano. Having studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts under the guidance of Giuseppe Bertini, Rossi made his artistic debut in 1871, inaugurating a repertoire of Genre scenes🎨 with a subtle vein of social criticism that was to be a distinctive feature of his work.

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Eva Antonini | Swiss sculptor

Eva Antonini was born in Rapperswil-Switzerland, the place of her childhood and adolescence. As a young girl, Eva reveals a natural proneness for molding clay, matter that later will be privileged in the creation of sculptures of medium and large dimensions.
From 1981-1985 she lives in Geneva, where she takes her first steps in the working world, following her diverse and complex education: language studies; singing, music and dance; a horizon of journeys, stays in England, Italy and United States with stops in the Middle and Far East.
In l985 she moves to the Canton Ticino with the intention of refining her linguistic knowledge, particularly in italian and english.
From 2002 she definitely plunges into the passion and choice of an artistic life. Along the way she acquires fundamental knowledge on such matters as clay, plaster, alabaster and marble. Together with specialization courses, she attends studios of master sculptors such as Oreste and Antonio Quattrini, Giorgio Eros Morandini, Giovanni Cimatti.