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1901 – Born on February 27th in Pistoia. Italian sculptor, painter and graphic artist. 1917 – Marino Marini enrolled at the Accademia di Belli Arti in Florence. 1929 – Arturo Martini appointed him to the Villa Reale art school in Monza near Milan, where Marino Marini held the chair of sculpture for eleven years. 1935 ..

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1431 – Born in Vicenza, Republic of Venice. A painter and engraver, the first fully Renaissance artist of northern Italy. 1448 – Mantegna’s other principal works include the Ovetari Chapel frescoes, Eremitani Church, Padua, and the “Triumph of Caesar” (Hampton Court Palace, England), the pinnacle of his late style.          – At the age ..

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1832 – He was born in Paris this year.   1850 – He studied under the academic painter Thomas Couture.   1856 – He opened his own studio.   1858 – He painted The Absinthe Drinker and other contemporary subjects such as beggars, singers, Gypsies, people in cafés, and bullfights.   1863 – His famous ..

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1861 – Born on April 8th in Banyuls-sur-Mer, France. French painter and sculptor. 1882 – He went to Paris to study painting. 1892 – Originally a painter in the Symbolist mode of Paul Gauguin, Maillol began to study tapestry. 1896 – Married to his wife, Clotilde on July. 1898 – Blindness brought on by this ..

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1840 – Hans Makart, born on the 28th of May in Austria. He was a 19th century Austrian academic history painter, designer, and decorator; most well known for his influence on Gustav Klimt and other Austrian artists, but in his own era considered an important artist himself and was a celebrity figure in the high ..

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1796 – Born on February 3rd in Brussels, Belgium. Belgian painter and lithographer.          – He was a pupil of Joseph François at the Académie in Brussels. 1814-1820 – He was a clerk in the Ministry of Finance and a topographical draughtsman in the Ministry of War.          – His work was then ..

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1489 – Born in Leiden. 1508 – He was highly skilled in that art at a very early age: the earliest known print by him dates.          – He was perhaps only 14, yet reveals no trace of immaturity in inspiration or technique. 1514 – He entered the Painters’ Guild at Leiden. He seems ..

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1912 – Born on the 28th of November. 1940 – He returned to his native Baltimore and taught privately. 1948 – He started to use Magna – oil based acrylic paints. 1952 – Louis moved to Washington, D.C. Living in Washington, D.C., somewhat apart from the New York scene and working almost in isolation. 1952-1953 ..

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