Category Archives: Primitivism

A Wheatfield on a Summer's Afternoon 1942

This painting was created by a Russian-born French artist Marc Chagall, who was considered to be the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists, a pioneer of modernism and several decades later he had also been respected as the … Continue reading

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The Features of Painting Tools

Long before the 19th century in Europe, painting tools were produced by artists in the workshop according to their own needs. After the industrial revolution, this traditional manual has been replaced by specialized production factory. Although this is a symbol … Continue reading

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I and The Village by Marc Chagall

When staring at the painting, I'm suddenly moved, my heart is gradually running over with warmth and happiness. I’m attracted deeply by the fairy tale imagery, the dreamy color. It feels that I’m kissing the milking sheepherder, stroking the flying fish, fiddling … Continue reading

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The Art of Fernando Botero

Fernando Botero in early days used exaggerated and disproportionate volumetry expressing the theme of the paintings by previous generation of masters; Botero today, tells us what the essence of art in Colombia is with paintings of pain and violence. Fernando Botero is … Continue reading

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