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El Greco Museum by Rosângela Vig

Praise beautiful things, receive them cheerfully in the spirit, to turn them into food, and thus become noble and good (…) welcome it with tenderness and recognizes it as a relative, the better the more you’ll have been prepared for this by education. ...

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Fig. 4 – Untitled, c. 1952-1956, Jackson Pollock, ink on paper, 17 1/2 x 22 1/4 inches, 44,5 x 5x,5 cm. Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York, NY, USA.

Modern Art – Abstract Expressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: You will have heard these expressions or even applied them: ‘Oh, what a glacial painting!’, there is the impression of glacial air entering through an open window ...

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Fig. 3 – Boy on the Slope, Eliseu Visconti, oil on canvas, 51 x 73 cm, 1889. Private Collection.

First Traces of Modern Art – Impressionism in Brazil by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: Motherland, I throb in you, in your wood, wherever I go! And your perfume and shade and sun and dew! And, in sap, to your cry ...

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Fig. 12 – Salvador Dali, Daddy Longlegs of the Evening Hope!, 1940, oil on canvas, 40,64 cm x 50,8 cm, The Dalí Museum, Present of A. Reynolds & Eleanor Morse. Copyright: Worldwide rights ©Salvador Dalí. Fundación Gala-Salvador Dalí (Artists Rights Society), 2017 / In the USA ©Salvador Dalí Museum, Inc. St. Petersburg, FL 2017.

Modern Art – Surrealism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: When I look at the starry sky, I find it small. Maybe it was me who grew up, or it was the universe that shrank. Unless both at the same ...

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Fig. 4 – Vasily Kandinsky, Little Painting with Yellow (Improvisation), 1914, oil on canvas, 31 x 39 5/8 polegadas (78.7 x 100.6 cm) Framed: 32 3/4 x 41 1/2 x 2 1/2 poleinches.2 x 105.4 x 6.4 cx),cmeatured. Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Louise and Walter Arensberg Collection, 1950-134-103.

Modern Art – Abstractionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: Alumbramento I saw the heavens! I saw the skies! Ah this angelic whiteness No sad pejos and without veils! Not a cloud of bitterness Come ...

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Fig. 1 – House at the Black Madonna, Museum of Decorative Arts. Prague.eu: The Official Tourist Website for Prague. Photo: Ondrej Kocourek.

Modern Art – Cubism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: Orpheus Admire the remarkable power this noble and commendable online: It is the voice that came from the light resonating What speaks Hermes Trismegistus in his ...

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Fig. 4 – Edvard Munch: The Scream, 1910, Tempera and oil on unprimed cardboard, 83,5 x 66 cm, featured. Munch Museum, Oslo. Photo © Munch Museum.

Modern Art – Expressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: World's End The hat flies from the head of the citizen, All winds resound as though with muffled cries. The roofers fall and smash and back - ...

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Fig. 13 – Edvard Munch: Vampire II, 1895-1902, lithograph, 380-387 x 550-560 mm. Munch Museum, Oslo. Photo © Munch Museum.

First Traces of Modern Art – Symbolism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: When Ishmalia became insane, She stood dreaming in the tower… She saw a moon in the sky, She saw another one in the sea. In the dream she lost herself, He bathed all ...

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Fig. 13 – Houses in Provence, Vincent Van Gogh, 1888. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Ailsa Mellon Bruce Collection.

First Traces of Modern Art – Post-Impressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: For the perfect flâneur, the passionate observer, it is an immense joy to establish residence in the numerous, in the undulating, in the movement, in the ephemeral, and in the infinite. To be ...

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Fig. 2 -Woman with parasol, Madame Monet and your son, Claude Monet, 1875. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon. Featured.

First Traces of Modern Art – Impressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: Nothing looks so much like what we call inspiration as the joy with which the child absorbs the shape and color. Dare to go further ...

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