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Fernando Naviskas. Painter of Energy and Painter of the Kingdom


Vincent Van Gogh. The Bedroom in Arles. October 1888, September 1889.

A Bedroom in Arles : 3 paintings , 1 analysis ! But which are the differences ? 

We show you what none of the 3 museums will never say to you ! 

Diego Velázquez. (1599 – 1660). 
Infanta Marguerita Teresa in a Blue Dress. (1659).

Diego Velazquez. (1599 – 1660). 
The Waterseller of Seville. El Aguador. (1623).

Hidden secrecies and the lesson of Velázquez.

Although recognized but forgotten, and neglected during 205 years, the work of Diego Velázquez is discover as from 1865 when Renoir and Manet make the voyage in Prado in Madrid to see its paintings. 
By doing this they discover and apprehend Velázquez in a new manner, with their eyes of impressionists. 

Manet declares that Velázquez is the : “painter of the painters” and : “the great painter who ever existed ”. 

Why? How? It is what we reveal you here

To declare that Velázquez is an impressionist pre painter or to find technical relationships between Velázquez and the French impressionists is a simple thing. Although it is not rigorously exact. To show why and how and to prove it is more complicated. It is a thing which the multi-media one can make. And it is what we will do here. Caution ! That nobody reverses the course of the history. When Velázquez, one year before its death, 
painted Marguerita Teresa in a Blue Dress it forever considering an impressionist work. 

In 1659 person cannot imagine that impressionism will exist one day. 

This Paintings with the magnifying glass. Zoom.


Jean-François de Troy. The Oysters Lunch. (1734). Rococo.
Oyster and Champagne at the courtship of French kings.

Alphonse Mucha. Winter. (1896). Art Nouveau. 
All the poetry and delicacy of Art Nouveau.

Françoise Tolbiac. Red Shoes. (2011).

Correge. Virgin with the Child.

Jean-Yves Marrec. At the old Harbour of the Forest. Fouesnant. 2014. Pastel.  
The Charming of seaside in Britain.

Smile to the world, the film, 
the first video one which makes smile the world.

The Great Museums of The World.

Most Visited Museums of The World.


The Guggenheim Museum of Bilbao opens its annex in Paris

Exhibition Paris, the large cultural stampede !


Pablo Picasso. (1881-1973).

Picasso Timeline by the Museum Picasso Barcelona.

Julian Coche Mendoza. Earthenware.

Irving Ramsey Wiles. (1861 - 1948). The Green Cushion. (1895). 

Watercolour, graphite, and gouache on paper. Precision and subtlety of mixed techniques.

Juan Fermin Gonzalez Morales. The Winner.

Emanuel Leutze. Washington Crossing the Delaware. 1851.

Georges de La Tour. The Cheater with the Ace of Diamond. (1635.)

The 30 most popular paintings.

See The top 30


Van Gogh : the Starry Night.  


Millais : Ophelia.


Van Gogh : The Cafe Terrace, 
at Night


France : The Republic of Bananas !




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