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  • El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza - (Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid-España)
    his father in his native city In 1488 he entered the workshop of Martin Schongauer in Alsace in order to complete his apprenticeship On his return to Augsburg in 1490 Burgkmair worked with the printer Erhard Ratdolt designing prints In 1498 he was granted the right to work as an independent painter in the city and from that year onwards is registered in the painters guild with apprentices in his charge Shortly after this date Burgkmair secured his first important commissions the decoration together with Hans Holbein and the Master of the monogram LF of the chapterhouse of the Dominican monastery in Augsburg In 1503 Burgkmair embarked on a study trip through the Lower Rhine area including Cologne and possibly the Low Countries It is generally thought that he made a trip to northern Italy possibly in 1507 given that his style manifests a combination of the northern German tradition with Italian Renaissance motifs Burgkmair s altarpieces and other religious compositions contributed to the disseminationof the Renaissance in Germany Over the course of his career Burgkmair produced around 700 prints and also developed new techniques in this medium He was for example one of the first graphic artists to use colour printing methods Like Dürer Burgkmair received commissions from Maximilian I and played an important role in the Emperor s ambitious graphic projects including the illustration of the autobiographical books the Theuerdanck and the Weisskunig He also executed most of the Triumphal Process of Maximilian I a series of 139 woodcuts conceived as a continuous frieze Burgkmair also executed commissions for other leading patrons of his day such as the Elector of Saxony Prince William IV of Bavaria and the Fugger family Search Advanced search Featured Products Catalogue of the Madrid Realists exhibition Spanish Hardcover Add to Basket Catalogue for

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  • El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza - (Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid-España)
    1912 Biography Listen Hailed as the father of Russian Futurism David Burliuk a painter of Ukrainian origin was the first born of a family of artists After beginning his training in Kazan and Odessa he moved to Munich with his brother Vladimir in 1901 There they studied at the Königliche Bayerische Akademie under Anton Azˇbé and furthered their training in Paris under Fernand Cormon Later back in his country of birth Burliuk again took lessons in Odessa in 1910 and in 1911 enrolled at the Moscow School of Painting from which he was expelled in 1914 On returning to Russia Burliuk became a spearhead for the new art trends that were beginning to emerge and a promoter of change in the country s outmoded cultural institutions During these years his painting fluctuated between Post Impressionism and Expressionism In 1912 his friend Wassily Kandinsky invited him to take part in the exhibition and the almanac of Der Blaue Reiter The Blue Rider in which he published The Savages of Russia one of his most influential essays In 1912 he and Vladimir Mayakovsky signed the manifesto entitled A Slap in the Face of Public Taste which became a key document for Futurism in Russia His work and his controversial active role as an organiser of Futurist events made a vital contribution to the movement in his country of birth Burliuk took part in the exhibitions of the Jack of Diamonds group from 1910 to 1917 Following the 1917 Revolution he emigrated to Siberia before settling in Japan and later in 1922 he moved to New York where he spent the rest of his life In the United States he continued to paint and write and he and his wife founded the publication Color and Rhyme in 1930 Search Advanced search Featured Products

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  • El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza - (Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid-España)
    Jobs Transparency h Home Vladimir Burliuk Biography and Works Author Vladimir Burliuk Born Dead Chernianka 1886 Thessaloniki 1917 Date Works Author Vladimir Burliuk Title Ukrainian Peasant Woman Year 1910 11 Biography Listen The Ukrainian painter Vladimir Burliuk belonged to an artistically inclined family Both he and his five siblings displayed a talent for art or literature as a result of which Vladimir s career was closely linked to that of the rest of his family particularly that of his eldest brother David They both attended art school in Kazan and Odessa and in 1903 Vladimir left for Munich where they studied under Anton AÏbéWhile in the city Vladimir made important acquaintances particularly Wassily Kandinsky and took part in the Erster Deutscher Herbstsalon in 1913 On returning to Russia Burliuk came into contact with the art groups that were breathing new life into the country and was involved in organising the Jack of Diamonds and Union of Youth exhibitions in which he also showed his work Despite being abreast of the latest trends on the European art scene Vladimir preferred to present himself as a savage with no cultural background His works from this period were centred on depicting popular scenes or figures in a style devoid of artifice that pursued a return to the popular and was formally linked to Neo Primitivism In 1911 his painting moved closer to various avant garde movements especially Cubism His illustrations for Futurist publications such as Sadok Sudey attest to this change Burliuk enlisted in the Russian army in 1915 and died in Thessaloniki during the First World War in 1917 Search Advanced search Featured Products Catalogue of the Madrid Realists exhibition Spanish Hardcover Add to Basket Catalogue for the Madrid Realists exhibition Spanish Paperback Add to Basket Go to the shop Recommended artists

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  • El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza - (Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid-España)
    of the painter Jacopo da Treviglio the exact date of Butinone s birth is not known but is generally accepted to have been around 1450 as Salmi suggested During his training he studied the work of Andrea Mantegna Cosmè Tura and Francesco del Cossa from whom he acquired the refined and expressive style characteristic of his work Butinone s painting also reveals the influence of Vincenzo Foppa In addition his elegant expressive style was an important influence for Bramantino Butinone s first work from the 1480s is The Crucifixion Galleria Nazionale d Arte Antica Rome while another project from this period is a series of small panels that represent scenes from the life of Christ and which may have formed part of an altar Among these paintings which are now dispersed among various private collections and museums are The Circumcision Accademia Carrara Bergamo The Flight into Egypt Art Institute of Chicago and The Nativity National Gallery London Butinone is documented in Milan in 1484 the period in which he painted the Carmelite Triptych with The Virgin and Child with Saint Leonardo and Saint Bernard of Siena Pinatoeca di Brera Milan From 1485 he worked with the painter and architect Bernardo Zenale on the Saint Martin Altarpiece in the church of that name in Treviglio In 1490 the painter collaborated with other artists on the decoration of the Sala della Balla in the Castello Sforzesco Milan now lost At the end of his life he entered the Franciscan Monastery of the Annunziata in Treviglio and devoted his activities to the illumination of codices Search Advanced search Featured Products Catalogue of the Madrid Realists exhibition Spanish Hardcover Add to Basket Catalogue for the Madrid Realists exhibition Spanish Paperback Add to Basket Go to the shop Recommended artists Anonymous Flemish Artist active ca

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  • El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza - (Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid-España)
    his drawings his mother encouraged him to go to Paris and to join Gustave Moreau s studio There in 1898 he coincided with Manguin Marquet Matisse Puy and Rouault the artists who would later make up the nucleus of the Fauve group After the death of Moreau that same year Camoin often painted in the streets of Paris in the company of Marquet In 1900 he was called up and moved to Arles where he painted some famous locations depicted in the works of Van Gogh and Gauguin The following year he was sent to Aix en Provence where he befriended Cézanne whose example would moderate his colourist effusions From 1903 1904 onwards Camoin took part in the Salon des Indépendants and the Salon d Automne In 1904 he also met Monet in Giverny and had his first individual exhibition at the Galerie Berthe Weill Camoin presented several works in the famous cage aux fauves of the Salon d Automne in 1905 although the critics pointed out his chromatic moderation compared with the works of his partners resulting from an intuitive and non systematic approach to the postulates of fauvism His Portrait of Albert Marquet 1904 1905 considered his masterpiece dates from that period The progressive exhaustion of Fauvism and the appearance of new artistic currents such as Cubism plunged Camoin into a deep artistic crisis that would lead him to destroy more than eighty paintings from his black period in 1913 That year Camoin travelled to Morocco with Matisse where he recovered the joy of painting and the brightness of his palette After the First World War Camoin visited Auguste Renoir s workshop in Cagnes Sur Mer and from then on he developed a more colourist and voluptuous style In 1920 Camoin married Charlotte Prost Lola They lived together

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  • El Museo de arte Thyssen-Bornemisza - (Paseo del Prado, 8, Madrid-España)
    but above all with Helmuth Macke cousin of the Bonn painter August Macke In 1908 and 1909 he temporarily ran a joint studio with them near Krefeld It was also in this period that he became acquainted with Heinrich Nauen nine years his senior and met August Macke through Helmuth Financial difficulties led him to become involved in the Osnabrück cathedral murals in 1910 In the meantime August Macke moved to Tegernsee and Helmuth also spent a period there Contacts arose with the Neue Künstlervereinigung München and the group that broke away from it to become known as Der Blaue Reiter formed by Marc and Kandinsky In 1911 at Marc s invitation Campendonk moved to Sindelsdorf in Upper Bavaria He lived with Helmuth Macke and it was through Marc s and Kandinsky s circle of associates that he also came into contact with Jean Bloé Niestlé Alexej von Jawlensky Gabriele Münter and Paul Klee He took part in the first exhibition of Der Blaue Reiter at the Galerie Thannhà user in Munich and was represented in the almanac of 1912 bearing the group s name In the spring of 1912 he married his long standing girlfriend Adda Deichmann Although the entry Campendonk sent to the Cologne Sonderbund exhibition that year was rejected he did take part in the Ausstellung Rheinischer Expressionisten in Bonn in 1913 thanks to August Macke s intervention and at the Erster Deutscher Herbstsalon at Herwarth Walden s avant garde gallery Der Sturm in Berlin The outbreak of the First World War in 1914 was to bring about the loss of his friend August Macke in September whose death was followed two years later by that of Franz Marc From 1915 onwards Campendonk was repeatedly called up for national service but was only conscripted for short periods and for health reasons was never sent to the front After he was released from military service in 1916 the artist moved to Seeshaupt on Lake Starnberg His membership of Berlin s revolutionary Novembergruppe was a non political manoeuvre which should be interpreted in the context of the joint decision by all Der Sturm artists to become associated with it After the war ended Heinrich Campendonk increasingly detached himself from the man who until then had been his sole agent Herwarth Walden In 1921 a publicly aired dispute ensured that the break was final The artist returned to his hometown of Krefeld where he remained resident from 1922 to 1932 From 1923 to 1924 he worked as a set designer for the local theatre In the same period he took a one year teaching post at the Kunstgewerbeschule of Essen where he taught Surface Art Then in 1926 he was appointed to the Düsseldorf Kunstakademie as Thorn Prikker s successor In the subsequent period he was commissioned on numerous occasions to provide glass windows for both secular and religious purposes In 1932 his marriage to Adda broke up and was followed by a second marriage to the Flemish artist Edith

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    name from the monastery at Flémalle near Liège for which he painted the panels now in the Städelsches Kunstinstitut Frankfurt and which was used to identify a group of stylistically similar works whose attribution was the subject of debate Campin s name is mentioned in documents of 1405 and 1406 in Tournai where he was registered as a painter and acquired citizenship in 1410 It is known that he was involved in disputes in the Tournai painters guild that arose around 1420 and that twelve years later he was the subject of a legal condemnation in relation to which Margaret of Burgundy interceded on his behalf Campin remained in Tournai until his death in 1444 He was a celebrated artist in his day a fact evident from his material possessions and from his flourishing workshop Among his pupils were Jacques Daret and Rogier van der Weyden both represented in the Museo Thyssen Bornemisza Of these two talented pupils it is Van der Weyden s early work that reveals the most pronounced influence of his master As Charles de Tolnay noted Campin brought about a rupture with the International Gothic style and introduced a new way of interpreting reality that he developed along with Jan van Eyck Campin used the technique of oil applied in fine layers while his modelling was particularly three dimensional Among the panels attributed to the artist is The Nativity of 1420 25 Musée des Beaux Arts Dijon the Merode Triptych of around 1426 The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York Saint Barbara reading Museo Nacional del Prado and a mural in the Halle des Jurez depicting the king queen and dauphin of France with two saints The latter was executed in 1428 but was destroyed in 1436 and is now known through copies Among Campin s

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    Year ca 1760 Author Canaletto Title The School of San Marco Year ca 1765 Author Canaletto Title Capriccio with Colonnade in the Interior of a Palace Year ca 1765 Biography Listen Canaletto learned the basic principles of painting by executing large theatrical sets a trade that he learned from his father Bernardo Canal In 1719 he and his father travelled to Rome where Canaletto encountered the work of Giovanni Paolo Panini who specialised in classical ruins and panoramic urban views The work of Luca Carlevarijs and Marco Ricci also played an important role in the development of Canaletto s style On his return to Venice in 1720 he registered in the painters guild and appears in their records until 1767 Canaletto s first known views of Venice date to the 1720s and were commissions from Stefano Conti and the Prince of Liechtenstein Canaletto s friendship with the British consul Joseph Smith also began at this period Smith was his principal client and responsible for promoting his work in England Between 1740 and 1741 the artist travelled along the Brenta canal producing numerous drawings and paintings In 1746 he left for England where he remained until 1756 although making a number of short trips abroad During his time in England Canaletto depicted views of the countryside and of London In 1760 he was again in Venice where he resumed his activities although his creative powers were by now in decline In 1763 the artist was made a member of the Academy of Painting and Sculpture In addition to his work as a painter Canaletto was also a draughtsman and printmaker producing various series of etchings including one for Consul Smith entitled Vedute altre prese dai luoghi altre ideate Much of Canaletto s oeuvre was painted for foreign collectors who acquired his

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