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24/01/2015

Victoria Stoyanova: "I feel like I found my way. Beauty and the music is all around us ..."



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Disney Prints


There was music in the silent infinity,
Like a rainbow changing shape,
Deceiving sensitive Consciousness
Presentiment of the unknown meeting.

That passion filling, the sadness,
Cardiac touched the strings gently.
Like a little snowdrop
And a story that comes at night.

An unknown force and peace,
And fragility combined endlessly.
And I opened another eternity
That seemed a brook, the river.

All was forgotten, only the sound
Tormented my soul like a revelation.
And let fate she will not change,
But healing from heart pangs.

She was divinely simple,
But in my life leave marks.
Barely touching dissolved the scale,
Start by giving a clean slate.

And his spring clean
Gifts to everyone who thirsts.
To him I fall more than once
Refill eternal beauty.

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Viktoriya Stoyanova was born in May 1968 in the city of Bulgaria. She studied painting yourself and become a first-rate artist who writes heart. Her paintings reflect the colorful fantasy mystery
feminine beauty, the installation of light and dark in harmony and art, where human warmth and wisdom dominates.
Her technique - a kaleidoscopic, but harmonious change of light and dark, colors and themes, where the foreground is always the human body. Paintings Victoria nod to the old traditions, an allusion to the long-term wisdom and reproach modern aesthetics, which appeared at the end of XX-th century.
Victoria Stoyanova: "I feel like I found my way. Beauty and the music is all around us.
You just have to open your eyes, let the beauty in your heart and
learn to share it with others. As more people begin to look for
beauty in the world around us, the more the world will be a better place to live. "

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Disney Prints Cerulean Alpha Centauri 8 x 8 Inch

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23/01/2015

Odalisque



"They say that the princess is,
What you can not take the eye "
(Pushkin)

The moon was sailing slowly and low.
She thought - so before you go to sleep,
In cushions drowning dreams odalisque,
Pensive hand caressing his chest.
She is sweet to die and be thrilled with pleasure
Amid the cloud of avalanches on their back with a soft,
And look, look at the white vision,
What do flowers get up in the azure depths.
When will tear from her eyes languor idle
On this sad fall ball diamond dew,
Rejected poet, one sleepless nights,
The clot moon shimmering light
Pick up on the palm and hide in the heart somewhere
Away from other people, from sunlight.
(Charles Baudelaire)



Henri Adriene Tanoux

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Francesco Hayez

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Edmond Comte de Grimberghe

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Ferdinand Roybet

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Francois BOUCHER

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Francois BOUCHER

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Francesco Hayez

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Antoine Auguste Ernest Hebert

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Delacroix

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Ferdinand Roybet

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Francesco

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Hermann Fenner Behmer

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Ignace Spiridon

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Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

 Disney Prints Catalina Marina

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22/01/2015

Spanish artist Antonio Guzman Capel




Spanish artist Antonio Guzman Capel
 

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Antonio Guzmán Capel born January 19, 1960 in Tetuan, Spain.

Self-taught artist. Since childhood showed innate skills of drawing and painting. He made his first exhibition when he was only eleven years old. After this exhibition became an annual event. At fourteen, he exhibited his work in Switzerland, where he was regarded by local critics as a genius of painting, because, as I said, there were no well-known artist, capable of performing the work of this complexity at such a young age.

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Big Dave

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