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Carracci, Annibale (1560-1609) – 1595c. The Coronation of the Virgin (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City)

Oil on canvas; 117.8 x 141.3 cm. Annibale Carracci was an Italian painter who was influential in recovering the classicizing tradition of the High Renaissance from the affectations of Mannerism. He was the most talented of the three painters of the Carracci family. Annibale and his older brother Agostino were at first guided by their…

Barradas, Rafael (1890-1929) – 1927 Landscape with Barrel Organ (National Museum of Visual Arts, Montevideo, Uruguay)

Oil on canvas; 67 x 89 cm. Born in Montevideo and active in the city’s bohemian circles in his youth, Barradas left for Europe in 1914, making his way through Milan, Paris, and Leuven before settling in Spain. Working between Barcelona and Madrid, he immersed himself in the bustling avant-garde scene over the following decade,…

Cirque du Soleil : Québec : Chemins Invisibles : LE HANGAR DES OUBLIÉS (Chapitre 5) : Raphaël Dubé et Yohann Trépanier

Direction de création : Richard Dagenais Mise en scène : Martin Genest Le site officiel du spectacle ‘Chemins Invisibles par le Cirque du Soleil. —————————————————————————————– | Plus d’images du spectacle | More images from the show | —————————————————————————————– | "Artistes de Cirque et Danseurs" – le Projet | "Circus Artists and Dancers" – the Project…

Barradas, Rafael (1890-1929) – 1917-18 People in a Cafe – Study (National Museum of Visual Arts, Montevideo, Uruguay)

Watercolor; 23 x 28 cm. Born in Montevideo and active in the city’s bohemian circles in his youth, Barradas left for Europe in 1914, making his way through Milan, Paris, and Leuven before settling in Spain. Working between Barcelona and Madrid, he immersed himself in the bustling avant-garde scene over the following decade, gaining renown…

Tsugoharu Foujita (1886-1968) – Nuns in a Convent Yard (Art Institute of Chicago, USA)

Léonard Tsugouharu Foujita was a painter and printmaker born in Tokyo, Japan who applied Japanese ink techniques to Western style paintings. Immediately after graduating secondary school, Foujita wished to study in France, but on the advice of Mori Ogai (his father’s senpai military physician) he decided to study western art in Japan first. In 1910…

Cirque du Soleil : Québec : Chemins Invisibles : LE HANGAR DES OUBLIÉS (Chapitre 5) : Raphaël Dubé

Direction de création : Richard Dagenais Mise en scène : Martin Genest Le site officiel du spectacle ‘Chemins Invisibles par le Cirque du Soleil. —————————————————————————————– | Plus d’images du spectacle | More images from the show | —————————————————————————————– | "Artistes de Cirque et Danseurs" – le Projet | "Circus Artists and Dancers" – the Project…