Paul Gauguin and the art of living in a happy way

Paul Gauguin, cursed artist, misunderstood by society for his radical and non-conformist choices. A life marked by the constant need to escape from a world, the West, which he gets to know thanks to a comfortable bourgeois lifestyle that he experiences with his wife, family and property. His is a…

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Paul Cézanne – Capturing nature through the cube, the cylinder, the sphere

Cézanne, lonely master, ready to get excited about a flash of light, was described by Gauguin as a “man coming from the South, who spent his days on the top of the mountains reading Virgil and looking at the sky” in light of his passion for the classics.
It was Pissarro…

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Water burns – works of Mara Fabbro

Water, the source of life, of energy.
That same energy that emerges disruptive, reactivated, and amplified, from the works of Mara Fabbro, accumulations of sand and resin pigmented with warm colors, recreating torrid, arid, and desert atmospheres.
Works such as “Oxygen”, produced by the seaweed, “Sea” glue of the earth, “Glaciers”, …

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Impressionism. Painting light

“I am obliged to continuous transformations. I follow nature without being able to grasp it” was Monet’s mantra, who obsessively kept coming back to the chosen theme of his beloved water lilies in many different variations. Monet used to observe his favourite flowers, which moreover were sacred to oriental religions,…

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