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Andrea Mantegna: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Andrea Mantegna was one of the foremost north Italian painters of the 15th century. A master of perspective and foreshortening, he made important contributions to the compositional techniques of... More > Renaissance painting. Like other artists of the time, Mantegna experimented with perspective by lowering the horizon in order to create a sense of greater monumentality. His flinty, metallic landscapes and somewhat stony figures give evidence of a fundamentally sculptural approach to painting. He also led a workshop that was the leading producer of prints in Venice before 1500. Mantegna developed a passionate interest in classical antiquity. The influence of both ancient Roman sculpture and the contemporary sculptor Donatello are clearly evident in Mantegna's rendering of the human figure. His human forms were distinguished for their solidity, expressiveness, and anatomical correctness.< Less
Andrea Mantegna: 113 Paintings and Drawings By Maria Tsaneva
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Andrea Mantegna was a master of perspective and Andrea Mantegna was a master of perspective and foreshortening; he made important contributions to the compositional techniques of Renaissance... More > painting. Like other artists of the time, Mantegna experimented with perspective by lowering the horizon in order to create a sense of greater monumentality. His stony, metallic landscapes and somewhat rocky figures give evidence of a fundamentally sculptural approach to painting. His human forms were distinguished for their solidity, expressiveness, and anatomical correctness. Mantegna developed a passionate interest in classical antiquity. The influence of both ancient Roman sculpture and the contemporary sculptor Donatello are clearly evident in Mantegna's rendering of the human figure. One of the key artistic figures of the second half of the 15th century, Mantegna was the dominant influence on north Italian painting for 50 years.< Less
Pixies at Louvre By Emanuela Galli Ligal
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Pixies at Louvre By Emanuela Galli Ligal A class of pixies from the Pixyrence's Laurel School in Tuscany flies to Paris for a school trip, only to be locked in Louvre overnight. The class takes... More > advantage of lack of crowds to visit da Vinci's Gioconda in peace. Littlefanciful decides to use the magic to ask the famous woman questions and makes her comes to life, starting a surreal adventure. Emanuela Galli Ligal was born in Italy in the town of Padua, where she lives and work. After writing the short story, "Without part with art," and the short cartoon, "Dancing with the art," in 2004, she finished her first comedy script, "Pixies at breakfast," followed in 2005 by the funny story for kids-and adults-Pixies at Louvre.< Less
Pixies at Louvre By Emanuela Galli Ligal
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Pixies at Louvre By Emanuela Galli Ligal A class of pixies from the Pixyrence’s Laurel School in Tuscany flies to Paris for a school trip, only to be locked in Louvre overnight. ... More > The class takes advantage of lack of crowds to visit da Vinci’s Gioconda in peace. Littlefanciful decides to use the magic to ask the famous woman questions and makes her comes to life, starting a surreal adventure. --------------------------------------------------------- Emanuela Galli Ligal was born in Italy in the town of Padua, where she lives and work. Since 1988, she has become a well-known painter whose works are on display at www.ligal.it. After writing the short story, “Without part with art,” and the short cartoon, “Dancing with the art,” in 2004, she finished her first comedy script, “Pixies at breakfast,” followed in 2005 by the funny story for kids—and adults—Pixies at Louvre.< Less
Pixies at Louvre By Emanuela Galli Ligal
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Pixies at Louvre By Emanuela Galli Ligal A class of pixies from the Pixyrence’s Laurel School in Tuscany flies to Paris for a school trip, only to be locked in Louvre overnight. ... More > The class takes advantage of lack of crowds to visit da Vinci’s Gioconda in peace. Littlefanciful decides to use the magic to ask the famous woman questions and makes her comes to life, starting a surreal adventure. --------------------------------------------------------- Emanuela Galli Ligal was born in Italy in the town of Padua, where she lives and work. Since 1988, she has become a well-known painter whose works are on display at www.ligal.it. After writing the short story, “Without part with art,” and the short cartoon, “Dancing with the art,” in 2004, she finished her first comedy script, “Pixies at breakfast,” followed in 2005 by the funny story for kids—and adults—Pixies at Louvre.< Less

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