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1880 – Born in Aschaffenburg, Germany on the 6th of May .1901 – Studied architecture in Dresden beginning. 1900 – Kirchner’s own artistic development began with woodcuts he created in the years. 1915 – He suffered a nervous breakdown and physical collapse. In a self portrait of this time he depicts himself with an amputated ..

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1785 – Charles Bird King was born.          – He studied under Edward Savage and with Benjamin West in London.          – His work, executed in Washington, D.C., included Native American portraits for a 3-volume work on the tribes of North America, still lifes, and portraits of eminent Americans.          – His ..

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1923 – Kelly Ellsworth, born on the 31st of May in Newburgh, New York, USA. He is an American painter and sculptor associated with Hard-edge painting, Color field painting and the minimalist school. 1946 – 1948 – He studied at the Boston Museum School under Karl Zerbe. 1948 – 1954 – He then studied at ..

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1866 – Wassily Kandinsky was born in Moscow on the 16th of December. He studied law and economics and developed and interest in the Fine Arts as a hobby. He was a Russian painter, printmaker and art theorist. One of the most famous 20th-century artists, he is credited with painting the first modern abstract works. ..

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1593 – Born on the 19th of May. 1616 – He studied under Adam van Noort. A marriage to his master’s daughter, the year after his admission to the guild of painters, prevented him from visiting Rome.          – Jordaens is second to Rubens alone in their special department of the Flemish school.   ..

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1895 – Born on May 24th in Bucharest. Marcel Janco was the most famous international artist to settle in Israel. 1916 – He was one of the founders of the Dada movement, one of the most important art movements of the 20th century. 1922 – Worked as an architect and painter in Romania. 1953 – ..

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1780 – Born in Montauban, Tarn-et-Garonne, France on the 29th of August. 1786 – He attended the local school, Ecole des Frères de l’Education Chrétienne. 1791 – His education was disrupted by the turmoil of the French Revolution, and the closing of the school, marked the end of his conventional education. 1799-1801 – He was ..

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