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let s introduce you to our work
Let’s introduce you to our work..

The development of the arts in Europe from the Middle Ages to the modern era is an record of cultural achievement, from the breathtaking architecture of Gothic cathedrals to the daring visual experiments of the Cubist painters.

Or simply put, this is a presentation about ART.

influence
Influence

Most of the world famous artists have been influenced by the Italian Baroque painting school, also by the Dutch masters. And then the Bulgarian painters are influenced by the Dutch art.

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But let’s be a little more specific. Now, you’ll see 4 artists of the Italian Baroque painting school.

Caravaggio Correggio Tintoretto Tiziano

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Caravaggio (1571-1610)

Basket of Fruit

Hispaintings, whichcombine a realisticobservation of thehumanstate, bothphysicalandemotional, had a formativeinfluenceontheBaroqueschool of painting.

Boy with a Basket of Fruit

St. Jerome

The Calling of Saint Matthew

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Correggio(1489-1534)

Inhisuse of dynamiccomposition, illusionisticperspectiveanddramaticforeshortening, CorreggioprefiguredtheRococoartof the 18th century.

The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine

Frescoes in the dome of Parma Cathedral

Jupiter and Io

Ganymede Abducted by the Eagle

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Tintoretto(1518-1594)

Paradise

Hisworkischaracterizedbyitsmuscularfigures, dramaticgestures, andbolduse of perspectiveintheManneriststyle, whilemaintainingcolorandlighttypical of theVenetianSchool.

Finding of the body of St Mark

St Mark\'s Body Brought to Venice

The Deliverance of Arsenoe

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TizianoVecellio(1485-1576)

Titianwasone of themostversatile of Italianpainters, equallyadeptwithportraits, landscapebackgrounds, andmythologicalandreligioussubjects.

State portrait of Emperor Charles V

The Woman at the Mirror

The Rape of Europa

Assunta

the dutch flemish baroque artists
The Dutch Flemish Baroque artists

And now..

(who were influenced by the Italians.. but we already said that)

jacob jordaens 1593 1678

Jacob Jordaens(1593-1678)

Self-Portrait with Wife and Daughter Elizabeth

The Adoration of the Shepherds

He painted altarpieces, mythological, and allegorical scenes, and after 1640 he was the most important painter in Antwerp for large-scale commissions and the status of his patrons increased in general.

Self-Portrait with Parents, Brothers, and Sisters

The Return of the HolyFamily from Egypt

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Peter Paul Rubens(1577–1640)

He emphasised movement, colour, and sensuality. He is well known for his Counter-Reformation altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and history paintings of mythological and allegorical subjects.

Rubens and Isabella Brant

The Exchange of Princesses

Equestrian Portrait of the Duke of Lerma

Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia

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Anthony van Dyck(1599–1641)

He painted with a relaxed elegance that was to be the dominant influence on English portrait-painting for the next 150 years. He also painted biblical and mythological subjects, displayed outstanding facility as a draftsman.

Self-portrait

Portrait of Marie-Louise de Tassis

Charles I with M. de St Antoine

Porträt Karl I.

bulgarian revival artists
Bulgarian Revival Artists

The whole Bulgarian art is later compared with that of other countries. Due to objective historical reasons our national art starts in XIXth century.

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ZahariZograf

(1810 -1853)

He notedforhischurchmuralpaintingsandiconsandoftenregardedasthefounder of secularartinBulgariadue to theintroduction of everydaylifeelementsinhiswork.

Рortrait of Hristiania Zografska

The circle of life

Mary with the young Jesus

Saints Cyril and Methodius

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StanislavDospevski

(1823 -1878)

He is a notable representative of the Samokov artistic school and one of the most important painters and icon-painters of the Bulgarian Revival. Dospevski is one of the first Bulgarians to have received academic artistic training.

Portrait of his father

Portrait of his brother

french impressionism
FrenchImpressionism

The last country we will compare Bulgaria with is France. Let’s enjoy together the following French and Bulgarian artists.

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Pierre-AugusteRenoir (1841-1919)

He was a French artist who was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. Renoir\'s paintings are notable for their vibrant light and saturated colour, most often focusing on people in intimate and candid compositions.

Two Sisters

Claude Monet Painting in His Garden at Argenteuil

Girls at the Piano

Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette

claude monet 1840 1926
Claude Monet (1840-1926)

He has been described as "the driving force behind Impressionism" . Crucial to the art of the Impressionist painters was the understanding of the effects of light on the local colour of objects, and the effects of the juxtaposition of colours with each other.

Water Lilies

The Woman in the Green Dress

Sunrise

The Luncheon on the Grass

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Edgar Degas (1834-1917)

Camille Pissarro

(1830-1903)

george papazov 1894 1972
George Papazov (1894-1972)

He was a Bulgarian painter and writer. He became prominent in Paris, worked and died in France. Among the first surrealists, and an acquaintance of Joan Miró, Max Ernst and Pablo Picasso.

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Julius Mordecai Pincas (1885-1930)

The "Prince of Montparnasse", born in Bulgaria, is best known as a painter in Paris, where he was strongly identified with the Modernist movement and the artistic circles of Montparnasse.

christo vladimirov javacheff
Christo Vladimirov Javacheff

Christo was born in Gabrovo, Bulgaria, on 13 June 1935. He was wrapping objects in various materials at that time, though it was through portraiture that he primarily supported himself.

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Interesting facts!

  • In the painting “The Woman in the Green Dress” by Monet, the piece of clothing is actually a curtain, not a dress.
  • During the Second World War, Germans didn’t measure the price of the paintings of the impressionists. They used them only as changing goods.
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Neron ,a Bulgarian painter, Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso are the only 3 people who have had their masterpieces in the Louvre while they are still alive.

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The frescoes in the Boyana Church, from 13th century, are the first in the world which are characteristic with their own individuality and face expression.

tnx 4 waching
Tnx 4waching

Presented by: Magdalena, Margarita and Ivelina

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