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Henri Cartier-Bresson, the Decisive Moment of documentary photography

Cartier-Bresson was undoubtedly one of the most lucid and talented 20th-century photographers, whose images will always remain in the historic collective memory. In 1946 the MoMA of New York organized

Monet in Giverny: the art of (literally) cultivate art

In Giverny, Monet, with obstinacy and patience, designed and created a garden with thousands of colorful flowers which became his source of inspiration for more than 25 years. Monet, the

Rousseau, a Customs Officer who became a painter

In the overview of post-Impressionist European painting, Henri Rousseau is considered as the father of naïf painting for the ingenuity of his style. Rousseau painted as a self-taught artist with

Henri Matisse: color as a liberation

“Color, above all, and perhaps even more than drawing, is a means of liberation”. Henri Matisse: a “peaceful” revolutionary Henri Matisse was born in 1869 in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, France. He

Vivian Maier, eminent stranger

Vivian Maier, the street photographer who photographed the streets and faces of America between the 1950s and 1970s. This is the story of a mysterious and cold nanny, who with a

Francis Bacon: the creation of an icon in a hostile world

The tormented line of his canvases originates from his anguished personal vicissitudes and his resigned idea of life. The life of the renowned Irish painter, born in Dublin in 1909,

From the family’s castle to the pleasure houses: the excessive life of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

“And to think, I would have never painted if my legs had been just a little bit longer!”. The birth of a genius French painter, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is famous

THE OPHELIA BY MILLAIS: THE PARADIGM OF THE PRE-RAPHAELITES CANON

Ophelia from the Hamlet inspired many painters who tried to represent the tragic death of the Shakespearean character since the nineteenth century. Among the many iconic interpretations, the Ophelia by

Magritte is not Magritte

Pipes, green apples and black bowler hats. Few words and immediately one of the most famous and beloved surrealist painters of all times comes to mind: René Magritte. We saw

“The Great Wave” by the master Hokusai

The Great Wave of Kanagawa by the master Katsushika Hokusai influenced painters such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Monet, Van Gogh and Gauguin.  In a world in which more and more often Nature reminds

Marcel Duchamp, a desecrating artist.

Provoke, destabilize, defy the common sense. It was in 1917 when Marcel Duchamp forced the whole system of contemporary art to ask significant questions: can an object that lies outside

“The Arnolfini Portrait”: an enigmatic artwork to discover

The Arnolfini Portrait is a masterpiece by the famous Flemish artist Jan Van Eyck. The Arnolfini Portrait, stored at the National Gallery of London, is a masterpiece by the famous Flemish