Andrea Mantegna

Andrea Mantegna
ANDREA MANTEGNA (1431-1506) – One of the best types of the Quattrocento, intrigued by the human figure, which he regularly spoke to under great points of view ("The Dead Christ") Andrea Mantegna: The Resurrection  
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Kazimir Malevich

Kazimir Malevich
KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935) – Creator of Suprematism, Malevich will always be a standout amongst the most dubious figures of the historical backdrop of workmanship among the overall population, partitioned between the individuals who think of him as a crucial reestablishment and the individuals who consider that his works in light of polygons of immaculate hues don't should be viewed as Art. Suprematist Composition, 1916
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William Blake

William Blake
WILLIAM BLAKE (1757-1827) – Revolutionary and enchanted, painter and artist, Blake is a standout amongst the most entrancing craftsmen of any time. His watercolors, prints and temperas are loaded with a wild creative ability (very nearly crazyness), one of a kind among the craftsmen of his era. Blake's Newton (1795)
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Paolo Uccello

Paolo Uccello
PAOLO UCCELLO (1397-1475) – "Single, unconventional, melancholic and poor". Giorgio Vasari portrayed with these four words a standout amongst the most bold masters of the early Florentine Renaissance, Paolo Uccello. Predellatafel zum Hostienwunder, Szene: Zwei Engel und zwei Teufel streiten sich vor einem Altar um den Körper der reuigen Frau
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Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt
GUSTAV KLIMT (1862-1918) – Half path in the middle of innovation and imagery shows up the figure of Gustav Klimt, who was additionally committed to the modern expressions. His almost conceptual scenes additionally make him a precursor of geometric deliberation. The Tree of Life
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Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon
FRANCIS BACON (1909-1992) - Maximum exponent, along with Lucian Freud, of the so-called "School of London", Bacon's style was totally against all canons of painting, not only in those terms related to beauty, but also against the dominance of the Abstract Expressionism of his time. Francis Bacon's 'Three Studies for a Portrait of Lucian Freud  
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Paul Klee

Paul Klee
PAUL KLEE (1879-1940) – In a time of masterful insurgencies and developments, few craftsmen were as pivotal as Paul Klee. His investigations of shading, generally taught at the Bauhaus, are exceptional among all the craftsmen of his time. Paul Klee (German, 1879–1940) Watercolor and transferred printing ink on paper
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Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning
WILLEM DE KOONING (1904-1997) – After Pollock, the main figure of unique expressionism, however one of his most noteworthy commitments was not to feel restricted by the deliberation, frequently depending on a disastrous allegorical painting (his arrangement of "Ladies" are the best illustration) with a real impact on later specialists, for example, Francis Bacon or Lucian Freud. Excavation - Willem de Kooning  
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Nicolas Poussin

Nicolas Poussin
NICOLAS POUSSIN (1594-1665) – The best among the considerable French Baroque painters, Poussin had a crucial impact on French painting for a long time. His utilization of shading is special among all the painters of his era. The Triumph of Neptune or The Birth of Venus
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Tommaso Masaccio

Tommaso Masaccio
TOMMASO MASACCIO (1401-1428) – Masaccio was one of the first old experts to utilize the laws of investigative point of view in his works . One of the best inventive painters of the Early Renaissance. The Tribute Money
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