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Robert Antoine Pinchon

If I have to be honest, I am a huge fan of landscape paintings. I love the idea of capturing a magnificent moment of the nature’s cycle and then transferring it . Every piece of work that I have seen … Continue reading

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Édouard Vuillard

Following the Postimpressionism theme I decided that it is high time I posted something about Vuillard. You can find a short clarification who he was and you can browse some of his paintings as well. But upon starting I will … Continue reading

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Paul Signac

When speaking about post- and neoimpressionism it is worth mentioning the name of Paul Signac. Together with Georges Seurat he worked on the development of the pointilist style (a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of pure color are applied in patterns … Continue reading

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Paul Cézanne

My first post in this category will be about one of my favourite post-impressionists, namely Paul Cézanne. He was a French artist and a profound innovator. Actually Cézanne can be said to form the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th … Continue reading

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The Doors

So, guys, as I said earlier, I like listening to all types of music. Actually my all time favourite band is “The Doors”. I love their provocative sound, as well as their philosophical lyrics. Furthermore, their lead singer, Jim Morrison, … Continue reading

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Francis Poulenc – Mélancolie

This beatiful performance amazed me so much, that I had no choice but to upload it.

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Erik Satie: Gymnopédies and Other Piano Works

It seems that today I am in a melancholic mood. I hope you will like this video.  

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