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"Mujer leyendo". Pierre-Auguste Renoir (25 de febrero de 1841 - 3 de diciembre de 1919).

"Mujer leyendo". Pierre-Auguste Renoir (25 de febrero de 1841 - 3 de diciembre de 1919).

Camille Monet Reading by Pierre Auguste Renoir, 1872

Camille Monet Reading by Pierre Auguste Renoir, 1872

Rene de Groux

Rene de Groux

Obra de William McGregor Paxton (EE.UU, 1861-1949)

Obra de William McGregor Paxton (EE.UU, 1861-1949)

Alexei Alexeivich Harlamoff - Literary Pursuits of a Young Lady by de sata

Alexei Alexeivich Harlamoff - Literary Pursuits of a Young Lady by de sata

The Reader - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - 1889

The Reader - Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - 1889

The Reader (1873). Francesco Netti (Italian, 1832-1894). Netti enrolled in 1855 at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Naples and also attended the independent art school run by the painters Tommaso De Vivo (1787/90-1884) and Michele De Napoli (1808-92). In 1856 Netti went to Rome where he studied ancient art.

The Reader (1873). Francesco Netti (Italian, 1832-1894). Netti enrolled in 1855 at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Naples and also attended the independent art school run by the painters Tommaso De Vivo (1787/90-1884) and Michele De Napoli (1808-92). In 1856 Netti went to Rome where he studied ancient art.

Angel reader / Ángel lector (ilustración de Rosaria Battiloro)

Angel reader / Ángel lector (ilustración de Rosaria Battiloro)

books0977: The Good Book. Gladys Roldan-de-Moras (Mexico, 1965-). Oil. Always proud of her Colombian and Mexican roots, Gladys Roldan-de-Moras’ passion for art is reflected in her colorful work. Each one of her paintings captures the essence of the moment; often there is a hidden message the artist wants to convey. Strong colors, soft edges, hard edges, light and shadow are all captured by the artists hand.

books0977: The Good Book. Gladys Roldan-de-Moras (Mexico, 1965-). Oil. Always proud of her Colombian and Mexican roots, Gladys Roldan-de-Moras’ passion for art is reflected in her colorful work. Each one of her paintings captures the essence of the moment; often there is a hidden message the artist wants to convey. Strong colors, soft edges, hard edges, light and shadow are all captured by the artists hand.

Wrapped by the words / Arropada por las palabras (ilustración de Catrin Welz Stein)

Wrapped by the words / Arropada por las palabras (ilustración de Catrin Welz Stein)

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