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Rembrandt, Robinson, and ‘that’ invisible triangle

the everlasting triangle The triangle form of composition has forever dominated the realm of visual arts. But why? It gives the scene a visual balance based on which the central subject is able to draw the viewer’s concentration. Consequently, when the observer looks at the piece of work, their eyes will automatically be drawn towards …

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Lasar Segall – A visionary for the sufferers

With changes in places and circumstances, Lasar Segall demonstrated striking alterations of artistic approach. But all throughout his oeuvre, his subjects remained the same, maintaining his identity as an original visionary for the sufferers. A Visionary for the sufferers since childhood Lasar Segall was born on 21st July 1891 in Lithuania. In the streets where …

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Paul-Emile Borduas 8.47 or Flowered Quivers

Paul-Émile Borduas – A New Vision of automatism Art Movement

You can interpret art in any way you want. That is the greatness of art. Over time there have emerged artists who bring a new vision to old content. While there have also been those whose content itself has been brand new. Paul-Émile Borduas belongs to the second category. In 1938, an introduction to surrealism …

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