The works of Andrea Bowers between aesthetics and feminism

Andrea Bowers | opere

THE WORKS OF ANDREA BOWERS BETWEEN AESTHETICS AND FEMINISM

Gender equality, women’s rights, immigration and the environment are the themes of the works of Andrea Bowers, who has been dealing with uncomfortable issues for years.
His style embraces a great deal of expressive means to describe a complexity that needs to be discussed.

The works of Andrea Bowers

 

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Cezanne’s La montagne Sainte-Victoire: analysis, significance, curiosities

Cezanne | quadri | montagna Sainte-Victoire

CÉZANNE’S MOUNTAIN SAINTE-VICTOIRE: ANALYSIS, MEANING AND CURIOSITIES

Cézanne’s Sainte-Victoire Mountain is a symbol of the freedom of art in the early 20th century.
The artist dedicated many years of his life and many drawings, sketches, watercolours and paintings to this subject.

Cézanne’s aim was to reconstruct a landscape on canvas and he eventually found abstract painting. It was the beginning of a new season for art.

Cézanne’s Sainte-Victoire Mountain

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Why Monet’s water lilies are important and where they are found

Ninfee | Musee de l'Orangerie

Le Ninfee del Musee de l’Orangerie a Parigi.

WHY MONET’S WATER LILIES ARE IMPORTANT AND WHERE THEY ARE FOUND

Monet’s water lilies are none other than the flowers in the pond at the painter’s house in Giverny.
From a young age, the artist had focused his attention on seascapes, such as ‘Impression, soleil levant’ with which he inaugurated the first Impressionist exhibition. However, with the Water Lilies, Monet’s research continued into old age and even anticipated the avant-garde movements of the 20th century.

Monet’s Water Lilies

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Art can swim in Blub’s works

Blub | Modigliani

Blub, Modigliani

ART CAN SWIM IN BLUB’S WORKS

His art is gentle and colours the forgotten corners of city streets, Blub’s works are recognisable because they depict art icons and famous people of the past wearing a diving mask.

From Botticelli’s Venus de Botticelli to the Mona Lisa, from Giuseppe Verdi to Dante Alighieri, from Van Gogh to Dali, there are many characters that, between reality and fantasy, have been represented by the mysterious street artist Blub.

The works of Blub

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