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Jan Saudek
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting Photography
(b Prague, 13 May 1935). Czech photographer. He studied at the School of Industrial Photography, Prague (1950–52). He worked as a reproduction photographer for various firms in Prague until 1980, when he became freelance...

Christin Couture
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Christin Couture was born and raised in Western Massachusetts. She attended l'Ecole St. Jeanne d'Arc, taught by French Canadian nuns who encouraged her to draw. At the age of eleven, she moved with her family to a house in the country on fifty acres of woods...

Balthus
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Balthazar Klossowski de Rola (February 29, 1908 in Paris – February 18, 2001) was an esteemed Polish/French modern artist whose work was ultimately anti-modern.
Balthus is one of the world's most distinguished artists...

Rita Ackermann
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Rita Ackermann was born in Budapest and lives and works in New York, where she has been showing her paintings since 1994 with Andrea Rosen Gallery in NY and Peter Kilchmann Gallery in Zurich...

Will McBride
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting Photography Sculpture
Will McBride (born 1931, St. Louis, Missouri) is a famous photographer in reportage, art photography and book illustration. He is also known as a painter and sculptor...

Henry Darger
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Henry Darger was born in 1892, perhaps in Brazil or Germany, and that, perhaps, he originally bore the surname, Dargarius...

Egon Schiele
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Austrian expressionist artist Egon Leo Adolf Schiele, b. June 12, 1890, d. Oct. 31, 1918, was at odds with art critics and society for most of his brief life. Even more than Gustav Klimt, Schiele made eroticism one of his major themes and was briefly imprisoned for obscenity in 1912...

Pablo Picasso
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
(1881-1973), Spain.
The initiator of Cubism and probably the paramount influence on the art of the 20th century. He did not seek to imitate form, but to create form. From a leader of the postimpressionist school, he evolved into the creation of a language of form, a visual music.

Jules Pascin
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Jules Pascin (1885-1930)
Born in Vidin, a small town in Bulgaria, the artist spent part of his childhood in Bucharest before attending boarding school in Vienna. About 1902, he studied painting in Vienna and in 1903 or 1904 went to Munich, where he enrolled at the Heymann Art School...


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