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Jan Švankmajer

Czech film director, scriptwriter, stage designer, visual artist Article by Tania Santou “André Breton would not say “Surrealistic painting”, he would say “Surrealism in painting”. In the same way, I...
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Henry Holiday

“Concentrated loveliness” English historical genre and landscape painter, stained glass designer, illustrator and sculptor  (1839 – 1927) Henry Holiday (17 June 1839 – 15 April 1927) was an English historical...
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Beatriz Martin Vidal

“Strange things, fairytales, lullabies, children games” Writer & Illustrator – Interview, Spain Mary Vareli: When did you realize you had the need to paint? Was your family environment supportive? Beatriz:...
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Ricardo Parra

“My paintings contain my imagination, like when you go up a staircase and for a moment you disconnect and fly” Painter Interview (English / Spanish), Chile Mary Vareli: Ricardo, tell...
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Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee

Dramatic literary, historical and legendary scenes  Article by Mary Vareli  English Victorian painter and illustrator (1853 – 1928). Paintings of  dramatic literary, historical, biblical and historical dramas and legendary scenes...
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