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Spirin Gennady “Gennady Spirin K. (December 25, 1948) - was born in Orekhovo-, he studied at the Moscow Art School at the Academy of Fine Arts, then Stroganov universitete name. He is best known artist of Russian foreign.”

Spirin Gennady “Gennady Spirin K. (December 25, 1948) - was born in Orekhovo-, he studied at the Moscow Art School at the Academy of Fine Arts, then Stroganov universitete name. He is best known artist of Russian foreign.”

cosmic-landscapes: “ cosmic-landscapes: “ “[This drawing] describes a person with psychological problems such as schizophrenia, insanity, depression or other mental problems. His endless screaming...

cosmic-landscapes: “ cosmic-landscapes: “ “[This drawing] describes a person with psychological problems such as schizophrenia, insanity, depression or other mental problems. His endless screaming...

Andre Breton: Paris Surrealists:(from top)Maxime Alexandre, Louis Aragon, André Breton, Luis Bunuel, Jean Caupenne; (second row) Salvador Dalì and Paul Éluard; (third row) Max Ernst and Marcel Fourrier; (forth row) Camille Goemans and René Magritte; (bottom row) Paul Nougé, Georges Sadoul, Yves Tanguy, André Thirion, Albert Valentin.

Andre Breton: Paris Surrealists:(from top)Maxime Alexandre, Louis Aragon, André Breton, Luis Bunuel, Jean Caupenne; (second row) Salvador Dalì and Paul Éluard; (third row) Max Ernst and Marcel Fourrier; (forth row) Camille Goemans and René Magritte; (bottom row) Paul Nougé, Georges Sadoul, Yves Tanguy, André Thirion, Albert Valentin.

Alberto Giacometti. "In every work of art the subject is primordial, whether the artist knows it or not. The measure of the formal qualities is only a sign of the measure of the artist's obsession with his subject; the form is always in proportion to the obsession."

Alberto Giacometti. "In every work of art the subject is primordial, whether the artist knows it or not. The measure of the formal qualities is only a sign of the measure of the artist's obsession with his subject; the form is always in proportion to the obsession."

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